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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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In the wake of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, four campus professors discussed the verdict’s impact and how policing should change to better support Black and brown communities during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event on Tuesday.
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In the wake of former Minneapolis Police Department officer Derek Chauvin being found guilty of the murder of George Floyd, four campus professors discussed the verdict’s impact and how policing should change to better support Black and brown communities during a virtual Berkeley Conversations event on Tuesday.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to divide opinions across the nation, panelists discussed the ways in which white supremacists have used the pandemic to further their agendas during a Thursday event sponsored by UC Berkeley's Othering and Belonging Institute.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to divide opinions across the nation, panelists discussed the ways in which white supremacists have used the pandemic to further their agendas during a Thursday event sponsored by UC Berkeley's Othering and Belonging Institute.
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In an academic commentary published July, UC Berkeley School of Public Health researchers asserted that the coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately infected and killed residents of disadvantaged and racially segregated neighborhoods.
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In an academic commentary published July, UC Berkeley School of Public Health researchers asserted that the coronavirus pandemic has disproportionately infected and killed residents of disadvantaged and racially segregated neighborhoods.
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As part of a series of campus COVID-19 conversations, professors from UC Berkeley's School of Public Health met virtually Friday to discuss racial disparities and health inequities during the coronavirus pandemic.
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As part of a series of campus COVID-19 conversations, professors from UC Berkeley's School of Public Health met virtually Friday to discuss racial disparities and health inequities during the coronavirus pandemic.
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A daylong symposium was held at UC Berkeley on Friday recognizing the 400 year anniversary of the arrival of the first African slaves forcibly brought to the English colonies and what would later become the United States.
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A daylong symposium was held at UC Berkeley on Friday recognizing the 400 year anniversary of the arrival of the first African slaves forcibly brought to the English colonies and what would later become the United States.
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Through a series of educational events that constitute a yearlong program, the UC Berkeley campus will spotlight African American history after the passage of the 400 years of African-American History Commission Act.
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Through a series of educational events that constitute a yearlong program, the UC Berkeley campus will spotlight African American history after the passage of the 400 years of African-American History Commission Act.
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