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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 06, 2022

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Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society

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A recent study conducted by UC Berkeley’s Othering & Belonging Institute, formerly the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, found that members of the Bay Area’s Black and Latinx neighborhoods experience significantly worse quality of life outcomes than members of predominantly white ones.
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A recent study conducted by UC Berkeley’s Othering & Belonging Institute, formerly the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society, found that members of the Bay Area’s Black and Latinx neighborhoods experience significantly worse quality of life outcomes than members of predominantly white ones.
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Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society fellow Sonam Kotadia detailed young voter trends found in two 2018 surveys fielded by the institute’s Civic Engagement Narrative Change project in a research paper published Friday.
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Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society fellow Sonam Kotadia detailed young voter trends found in two 2018 surveys fielded by the institute’s Civic Engagement Narrative Change project in a research paper published Friday.
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The Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society released the “Roots, Race, and Place” report Tuesday, which focuses on the intersection of race and housing in the Bay Area before 1968 to understand the impact it has on the area’s current housing policies.
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The Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society released the “Roots, Race, and Place” report Tuesday, which focuses on the intersection of race and housing in the Bay Area before 1968 to understand the impact it has on the area’s current housing policies.
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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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Berkeley City Council members drafted a proposal to begin the process of implementing "missing middle housing," which will be discussed at a meeting Feb. 26.
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Berkeley City Council members drafted a proposal to begin the process of implementing "missing middle housing," which will be discussed at a meeting Feb. 26.
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While the Bay Area is one of the most racially and ethnically diverse places in the world, segregation persists, and certain communities of color are increasingly forced to more distant parts of the Bay, according to a recently released study by the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society.
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While the Bay Area is one of the most racially and ethnically diverse places in the world, segregation persists, and certain communities of color are increasingly forced to more distant parts of the Bay, according to a recently released study by the Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society.
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According to the report, titled “Racial Segregation in the San Francisco Bay Area,” 39 percent of census tracts in the Bay Area were classified as highly segregated, about 27 percent of tracts were moderately segregated and about 31 percent of tracts showed low segregation.
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According to the report, titled “Racial Segregation in the San Francisco Bay Area,” 39 percent of census tracts in the Bay Area were classified as highly segregated, about 27 percent of tracts were moderately segregated and about 31 percent of tracts showed low segregation.
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UC Berkeley student organizers, faculty and allies gathered in Eshleman Hall on Friday for the inaugural Disability Community Town Hall to share stories and brainstorm ideas for an upcoming disabled students' community center.
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UC Berkeley student organizers, faculty and allies gathered in Eshleman Hall on Friday for the inaugural Disability Community Town Hall to share stories and brainstorm ideas for an upcoming disabled students' community center.
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Gentrification in Berkeley has caused low-income families and people of color to lose their longtime homes and forced some to leave the area because of a lack of affordable housing.
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Gentrification in Berkeley has caused low-income families and people of color to lose their longtime homes and forced some to leave the area because of a lack of affordable housing.
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