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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 29, 2022

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Formerly incarcerated students at UC Berkeley face barriers to education. A majority of them are Latine, who are overrepresented in California prisons. 
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Formerly incarcerated students at UC Berkeley face barriers to education. A majority of them are Latine, who are overrepresented in California prisons. 
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Prison guards should never have the power to dictate and deteriorate the physical health and safety of those who are incarcerated.
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Prison guards should never have the power to dictate and deteriorate the physical health and safety of those who are incarcerated.
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We have seen that the injustice system has been particularly brutal since COVID-19, and I internalized what I was seeing in one threatening message: This is not for you.
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We have seen that the injustice system has been particularly brutal since COVID-19, and I internalized what I was seeing in one threatening message: This is not for you.
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A new parity law mandating full coverage for any mental health condition is crucial to reduce structural and attitudinal barriers to care in the United States.
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A new parity law mandating full coverage for any mental health condition is crucial to reduce structural and attitudinal barriers to care in the United States.
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Berkeley consistently pursues policies that favor the white and wealthy, even as these policies lose the city money and cause untold human suffering.
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Berkeley consistently pursues policies that favor the white and wealthy, even as these policies lose the city money and cause untold human suffering.
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Building a robust “prison-to-college” pipeline that begins during incarceration and continues post-release would improve access to college for formerly incarcerated Californians.
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Building a robust “prison-to-college” pipeline that begins during incarceration and continues post-release would improve access to college for formerly incarcerated Californians.
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In “Fresh Starts,” an arts exhibition at Richmond’s Nurturing Independence Through Artistic Development, or NIAD Art Center, anybody who creates art is an artist — including incarcerated young men.
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In “Fresh Starts,” an arts exhibition at Richmond’s Nurturing Independence Through Artistic Development, or NIAD Art Center, anybody who creates art is an artist — including incarcerated young men.
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The 1975 doesn’t shy away from cultural commentary; rather, it focuses its music directly on the United States’ most politically polarizing subjects. The group covers topics from the disproportionate incarceration rate among Black men to the Syrian refugee crisis.
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The 1975 doesn’t shy away from cultural commentary; rather, it focuses its music directly on the United States’ most politically polarizing subjects. The group covers topics from the disproportionate incarceration rate among Black men to the Syrian refugee crisis.
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