‘Motivated by extreme prejudice’: Berkeley community reacts to Buffalo shooting

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Caroline Lobel/Staff
Following the shooting in Buffalo, New York as well as subsequent mass shootings around the United States, city and campus officials responded with opinions on gun regulations, racial motivations of the attack and statements of solidarity with the victims.

All eyes turned to New York May 14, when 10 people were killed and three injured at a supermarket in Buffalo, a massacre some alleged to be racially motivated with 11 out of 13 victims being Black.
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Alameda County suspends juvenile probation, defense fees for families

In all but a few California counties, the families of youths in the juvenile justice system are charged juvenile probation and public defender fees — for everything from a court-appointed attorney to GPS monitoring. On March 29, the Alameda County Board of Supervisors voted to suspend these fees for county residents.
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