BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Sitting at the corner of Virginia Street and Oxford Street on Northside is a half-acre of land that can change the country, according to Delency Parham, a member of People’s Programs.
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Sitting at the corner of Virginia Street and Oxford Street on Northside is a half-acre of land that can change the country, according to Delency Parham, a member of People’s Programs.
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Despite budget cuts faced by UC Berkeley, the African American Initiative, or AAI, hopes to continue its efforts to increase Black recruitment and retention rates, bolster support systems and cultivate a better campus climate.
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Despite budget cuts faced by UC Berkeley, the African American Initiative, or AAI, hopes to continue its efforts to increase Black recruitment and retention rates, bolster support systems and cultivate a better campus climate.
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Black students can access a variety of mental health and community-building resources through University Health Services, or UHS, and student-run projects and organizations.
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Black students can access a variety of mental health and community-building resources through University Health Services, or UHS, and student-run projects and organizations.
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UC Berkeley’s Black student leaders and organizers have long advocated for increased recruitment, academic support and a more welcoming campus climate for Black students, but recent national unrest has reinvigorated the campus Black Lives Matter movement's calls for change.
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UC Berkeley’s Black student leaders and organizers have long advocated for increased recruitment, academic support and a more welcoming campus climate for Black students, but recent national unrest has reinvigorated the campus Black Lives Matter movement's calls for change.
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After years of student advocacy, UC Berkeley allocated a space for a disability cultural center June 18. The disability cultural center will be in the Hearst Field Annex and will provide a myriad services such as serving as a central hub for disabled students, faculty, staff and local community members.
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After years of student advocacy, UC Berkeley allocated a space for a disability cultural center June 18. The disability cultural center will be in the Hearst Field Annex and will provide a myriad services such as serving as a central hub for disabled students, faculty, staff and local community members.
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For almost a year, UCPD and members of the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center have been discussing the UCPD patrol car parking area on Barrow Lane.
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For almost a year, UCPD and members of the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center have been discussing the UCPD patrol car parking area on Barrow Lane.
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Despite funding and campus climate challenges, the UC Berkeley African American Initiative expects to double its number of scholarship recipients in 2020.
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Despite funding and campus climate challenges, the UC Berkeley African American Initiative expects to double its number of scholarship recipients in 2020.
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Tucked in the corner of the Hearst Field Annex building is the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center, one of the various resources for the Black community at UC Berkeley. As a part of UC Berkeley's African American Student Development, the center serves the academic, social, cultural and political needs of the campus Black community.
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Tucked in the corner of the Hearst Field Annex building is the Fannie Lou Hamer Black Resource Center, one of the various resources for the Black community at UC Berkeley. As a part of UC Berkeley's African American Student Development, the center serves the academic, social, cultural and political needs of the campus Black community.
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UC Berkeley’s Counseling and Psychological Services received a Wellness Grant in fall 2019 to more effectively address Black mental health needs on campus, with hopes of continuing the effort through a new grant in May.
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UC Berkeley’s Counseling and Psychological Services received a Wellness Grant in fall 2019 to more effectively address Black mental health needs on campus, with hopes of continuing the effort through a new grant in May.
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Following Monday’s Bears for Palestine protest, tensions were high during the third ASUC Senate meeting of the semester Wednesday. Public comment speakers were present at the meeting, with most speakers standing in solidarity with BFP and condemning the ASUC’s handling of the situation.
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Following Monday’s Bears for Palestine protest, tensions were high during the third ASUC Senate meeting of the semester Wednesday. Public comment speakers were present at the meeting, with most speakers standing in solidarity with BFP and condemning the ASUC’s handling of the situation.
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