UC Berkeley faculty, community leaders discuss police reform in town hall event

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During a conversation co-sponsored by the Goldmann School of Public Policy and UC Berkeley Social Science Matrix, speakers discussed police reform following national protests and the murder of George Floyd. The conversation is part of UC Berkeley’s Reimagining Democracy Town Hall series.

Faculty and community leaders came together to discuss police reform and budget reduction in a Tuesday conversation co-sponsored by the Goldman School of Public Policy and UC Berkeley Social Science Matrix.
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City stakeholders weigh in on importance of endorsements

Endorsements are supposed to point voters toward candidates who have similar ideological outlooks and policy ideas, according to campus public policy professor Dan Lindheim. In Berkeley, where the political spectrum ranges from moderate Democrat to radical liberal, public figures’ stances do not vary much on topics such as education, health and public safety.
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