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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 30, 2023

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Como comunidad, debemos proteger los derechos constitucionales de los inmigrantes indocumentados y alentar a la ciudad de Berkeley a hacer lo mismo.
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Como comunidad, debemos proteger los derechos constitucionales de los inmigrantes indocumentados y alentar a la ciudad de Berkeley a hacer lo mismo.
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Data from the Oakland Police Department showed that license plate readers were disproportionately dispatched in low-income communities and communities of racial minorities. This can create a “chilling effect” on the freedom of expression of minority groups. And it can reinforce already stigmatized communities by creating a “feedback loop” in which police are repeatedly sent to a particular neighborhood regardless of that neighborhood’s true crime rate.
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Data from the Oakland Police Department showed that license plate readers were disproportionately dispatched in low-income communities and communities of racial minorities. This can create a “chilling effect” on the freedom of expression of minority groups. And it can reinforce already stigmatized communities by creating a “feedback loop” in which police are repeatedly sent to a particular neighborhood regardless of that neighborhood’s true crime rate.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Stephanie Gutierrez has been an advocate for marginalized communities since high school, and if elected ASUC president, she hopes to use her own experience in activism to inspire action in the campus community.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Stephanie Gutierrez has been an advocate for marginalized communities since high school, and if elected ASUC president, she hopes to use her own experience in activism to inspire action in the campus community.
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In this week’s elections, a number of recent UC Berkeley graduates succeeded in winning spots on city councils across the state, bringing new perspectives to local politics.
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In this week’s elections, a number of recent UC Berkeley graduates succeeded in winning spots on city councils across the state, bringing new perspectives to local politics.
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Almost a year after being detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, for lack of documentation, UC Berkeley student and campus senior Luis Mora received his U.S. employment authorization.
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Almost a year after being detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, for lack of documentation, UC Berkeley student and campus senior Luis Mora received his U.S. employment authorization.
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Following the story in The Daily Californian, “Parent company of UC Berkeley’s official bank invests in ICE-contracted private prison companies,” we wanted to provide some key facts to correct inaccuracies.
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Following the story in The Daily Californian, “Parent company of UC Berkeley’s official bank invests in ICE-contracted private prison companies,” we wanted to provide some key facts to correct inaccuracies.
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The protest was one of many held across the U.S., and was held in response to President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy, which can involve separating children from their parents as they cross the border.
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The protest was one of many held across the U.S., and was held in response to President Donald Trump’s “zero tolerance” immigration policy, which can involve separating children from their parents as they cross the border.
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The Urban Shield program does not reflect our needs. In the past decade, rather than confronting terrorist threats, the police department has trended toward facing high-risk searches, arrest warrant services, patrol support and crowd management. The tactical exercises at Urban Shield do not focus on these activities but instead on politically motivated mass violence, obscuring the principle of de-escalation in community crime encounters.
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The Urban Shield program does not reflect our needs. In the past decade, rather than confronting terrorist threats, the police department has trended toward facing high-risk searches, arrest warrant services, patrol support and crowd management. The tactical exercises at Urban Shield do not focus on these activities but instead on politically motivated mass violence, obscuring the principle of de-escalation in community crime encounters.
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Berkeley City Council passed a resolution Tuesday for an independent audit of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, amid concerns over the office's spending.
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Berkeley City Council passed a resolution Tuesday for an independent audit of the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office, amid concerns over the office's spending.
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In an auditorium lined with colorful, political artwork on the walls, a moving scene from a play in Spanish depicts a mother of two daughters speaking with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE agents, who show up at her doorstep with an unsigned warrant, claiming to be “police.”
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In an auditorium lined with colorful, political artwork on the walls, a moving scene from a play in Spanish depicts a mother of two daughters speaking with Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE agents, who show up at her doorstep with an unsigned warrant, claiming to be “police.”
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