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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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The International Legal Forum, or ILF, along with Florida-based attorney Gabriel Groisman, claimed [UC Berkeley Law School] *Berkeley Law* is violating Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in a [Nov. 18] complaint *filed Nov. 18* over the decision to allow several campus student groups to enact bylaws banning Zionist speakers.
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The International Legal Forum, or ILF, along with Florida-based attorney Gabriel Groisman, claimed [UC Berkeley Law School] *Berkeley Law* is violating Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 in a [Nov. 18] complaint *filed Nov. 18* over the decision to allow several campus student groups to enact bylaws banning Zionist speakers.
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We live in a diverse society; it’s time for all school curriculums to reflect that.
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We live in a diverse society; it’s time for all school curriculums to reflect that.
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Forty-one candidates are running against California Gov. Gavin Newsom in the Sept. 14 recall election, where voters will decide if the governor will step down and who may replace him.
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Forty-one candidates are running against California Gov. Gavin Newsom in the Sept. 14 recall election, where voters will decide if the governor will step down and who may replace him.
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In 1979, The Daily Californian published two stories that blew open a national debate over whether Americans could face criminal charges for publishing the basic principles behind the hydrogen bomb.
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In 1979, The Daily Californian published two stories that blew open a national debate over whether Americans could face criminal charges for publishing the basic principles behind the hydrogen bomb.
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UC Berkeley deans discussed social media disinformation and its intersection with freedom of speech during Cal Performances’ “Illuminations: Fact or Fiction” virtual talk Sunday.
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UC Berkeley deans discussed social media disinformation and its intersection with freedom of speech during Cal Performances’ “Illuminations: Fact or Fiction” virtual talk Sunday.
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UC Berkeley School of Law professor John Yoo has been consulting the White House on a political theory that allows a sitting president to impose policies without congressional approval.
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UC Berkeley School of Law professor John Yoo has been consulting the White House on a political theory that allows a sitting president to impose policies without congressional approval.
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In an effort to protect residents’ rights to free speech and assembly, Berkeley Vice Mayor Sophie Hahn proposed legislation that would create higher standards for imposing curfews.
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In an effort to protect residents’ rights to free speech and assembly, Berkeley Vice Mayor Sophie Hahn proposed legislation that would create higher standards for imposing curfews.
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Online-based Berkeley news outlet Berkeleyside has leveled allegations against the Berkeley Unified School District claiming the school district violated its 1st Amendment rights at a Berkeley High School protest against the school district’s handling of Title IX cases.
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Online-based Berkeley news outlet Berkeleyside has leveled allegations against the Berkeley Unified School District claiming the school district violated its 1st Amendment rights at a Berkeley High School protest against the school district’s handling of Title IX cases.
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Across the world, the suppression and censorship of free speech are virulent and spreading. More importantly, it is genuinely disabling many progressive movements.
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Across the world, the suppression and censorship of free speech are virulent and spreading. More importantly, it is genuinely disabling many progressive movements.
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While Berkeley College Republicans, or BCR, is celebrating amendments to the campus's Major Events Policy after a lawsuit settlement with UC Berkeley, the campus administration maintains that student organizations will see “no significant changes” to the policy.
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While Berkeley College Republicans, or BCR, is celebrating amendments to the campus's Major Events Policy after a lawsuit settlement with UC Berkeley, the campus administration maintains that student organizations will see “no significant changes” to the policy.
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