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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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The Berkeley Police Department has reported at least four incidents of hate crimes in the city of Berkeley, three of which occurred in one week.
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The Berkeley Police Department has reported at least four incidents of hate crimes in the city of Berkeley, three of which occurred in one week.
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In the wake of skyrocketing nationwide anti-Asian attacks, UC Berkeley alumni launched a GoFundMe fundraiser to provide Asian Americans, especially the elderly, with pepper spray for self-defense. 
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In the wake of skyrocketing nationwide anti-Asian attacks, UC Berkeley alumni launched a GoFundMe fundraiser to provide Asian Americans, especially the elderly, with pepper spray for self-defense. 
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While the Third World Liberation Front's goal of creating an independent Third World College on campus was not realized during the height of this activist movement in 1969, the movement had resounding impact on future movements and impacted the legacy of ethnic studies on campus.
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While the Third World Liberation Front's goal of creating an independent Third World College on campus was not realized during the height of this activist movement in 1969, the movement had resounding impact on future movements and impacted the legacy of ethnic studies on campus.
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What renders the store unique among myriad independent bookstores in Berkeley — or even booksellers in general — is its niche focus. 
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What renders the store unique among myriad independent bookstores in Berkeley — or even booksellers in general — is its niche focus. 
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One hundred and thirty people gathered Saturday at the campus Multicultural Community Center to commemorate the TWLF strikes that first took place in 1968 at San Francisco State University and then at UC Berkeley in 1969.
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One hundred and thirty people gathered Saturday at the campus Multicultural Community Center to commemorate the TWLF strikes that first took place in 1968 at San Francisco State University and then at UC Berkeley in 1969.
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Taeko “Taye” Oda, a Japanese American woman, was in her last year at UC Berkeley when fellow students and staff in Doe Library talked about hearing the bombing of Pearl Harbor on the radio. She felt all eyes in the room on her, and the following year she was sent to an internment camp.
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Taeko “Taye” Oda, a Japanese American woman, was in her last year at UC Berkeley when fellow students and staff in Doe Library talked about hearing the bombing of Pearl Harbor on the radio. She felt all eyes in the room on her, and the following year she was sent to an internment camp.
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Berkeley’s Nash Hotel reopened this summer after being closed for about a year of renovations following a fire last June.
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Berkeley’s Nash Hotel reopened this summer after being closed for about a year of renovations following a fire last June.
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