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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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The California Association of Realtors, or CAR, formally apologized for historically supporting exclusionary housing practices, including redlining and the overturning of California’s first fair housing law.
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The California Association of Realtors, or CAR, formally apologized for historically supporting exclusionary housing practices, including redlining and the overturning of California’s first fair housing law.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously approved the city’s budget for fiscal years 2023 and 2024 during Tuesday’s meeting.
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Berkeley City Council unanimously approved the city’s budget for fiscal years 2023 and 2024 during Tuesday’s meeting.
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What began as an attempt to aid homebuyers and stimulate the economy resulted in the segregation of neighborhoods across the country, with lasting impacts that are still felt by marginalized Americans today.
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What began as an attempt to aid homebuyers and stimulate the economy resulted in the segregation of neighborhoods across the country, with lasting impacts that are still felt by marginalized Americans today.
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CP Shades, a sustainable fashion brand selling clothing items such as cashmere sweaters and cotton silk dresses, has moved from the Elmwood District to Fourth Street and opened its location Thursday.
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CP Shades, a sustainable fashion brand selling clothing items such as cashmere sweaters and cotton silk dresses, has moved from the Elmwood District to Fourth Street and opened its location Thursday.
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Berkeley residents celebrated a mostly socially distanced Halloween on Saturday night with events organized by the city's neighborhoods in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines.
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Berkeley residents celebrated a mostly socially distanced Halloween on Saturday night with events organized by the city's neighborhoods in accordance with COVID-19 safety guidelines.
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To understand housing in Berkeley, one must start with single-family zoning — Berkeley doesn’t just participate in this racist policy, we helped invent it.
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To understand housing in Berkeley, one must start with single-family zoning — Berkeley doesn’t just participate in this racist policy, we helped invent it.
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It feels good to want to build a home. It feels like a grown-up thing to want, and grown-up-ness is becoming vital for my own personal development.
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It feels good to want to build a home. It feels like a grown-up thing to want, and grown-up-ness is becoming vital for my own personal development.
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It’s healthy — both physically and mentally — to get outside and take a walk at least once a day; here are the best places to do just that around Berkeley!
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It’s healthy — both physically and mentally — to get outside and take a walk at least once a day; here are the best places to do just that around Berkeley!
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All of these actions will help keep the places you love around until you’re back in Berkeley and things are somewhat normal again.
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All of these actions will help keep the places you love around until you’re back in Berkeley and things are somewhat normal again.
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For this week, I’ve crafted a schedule that celebrates the diversity of affection, taking inspiration from the ancient Greeks’ seven forms of love.
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For this week, I’ve crafted a schedule that celebrates the diversity of affection, taking inspiration from the ancient Greeks’ seven forms of love.
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