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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Indigenous Peoples Day

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a proclamation Monday declaring Oct. 12, 2020 as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the state.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom issued a proclamation Monday declaring Oct. 12, 2020 as Indigenous Peoples’ Day in the state.
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Students and community members gathered at Sproul Plaza on Tuesday for the “Everyday is Indigenous Peoples Day Rally” in solidarity with indigenous people. The rally, organized by the Mauna Kea Protectors at UC Berkeley, was a call for UC-wide action to protect indigenous sovereign rights and sacred sites.
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Students and community members gathered at Sproul Plaza on Tuesday for the “Everyday is Indigenous Peoples Day Rally” in solidarity with indigenous people. The rally, organized by the Mauna Kea Protectors at UC Berkeley, was a call for UC-wide action to protect indigenous sovereign rights and sacred sites.
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The city of Berkeley held its 27th annual Indigenous Peoples' Day Pow Wow celebration Saturday, with hundreds of people coming to join the festivities.
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The city of Berkeley held its 27th annual Indigenous Peoples' Day Pow Wow celebration Saturday, with hundreds of people coming to join the festivities.
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Maybe the events of last week — Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, UC Berkeley’s abysmal equity index score and the disappearance of Washington Post columnist and Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, for a start — have made you feel a sense of deep dissatisfaction in governments, both local and global.
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Maybe the events of last week — Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court, UC Berkeley’s abysmal equity index score and the disappearance of Washington Post columnist and Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, for a start — have made you feel a sense of deep dissatisfaction in governments, both local and global.
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Although the Community Health Commission, or CHC, called to suspend the approval and rollout of cannabis regulation until the proposed health standards are implemented, the City Council decided to move forward with cannabis legislation while also considering the health concerns of the CHC.
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Although the Community Health Commission, or CHC, called to suspend the approval and rollout of cannabis regulation until the proposed health standards are implemented, the City Council decided to move forward with cannabis legislation while also considering the health concerns of the CHC.
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This week, The Daily Californian is focusing on Berkeley’s relationship with its history: how the events of the past continue to reverberate into the present day.Here is its story.
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This week, The Daily Californian is focusing on Berkeley’s relationship with its history: how the events of the past continue to reverberate into the present day.Here is its story.
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From raising the minimum wage to divesting from banks with ties to apartheid in South Africa, Berkeley has been ahead of the curve on certain issues.
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From raising the minimum wage to divesting from banks with ties to apartheid in South Africa, Berkeley has been ahead of the curve on certain issues.
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Style guides can be seen as part of the larger discourse surrounding issues we face in our day-to-day lives, but they also reflect how far institutionalized language rules still have to go to keep up with the times.
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Style guides can be seen as part of the larger discourse surrounding issues we face in our day-to-day lives, but they also reflect how far institutionalized language rules still have to go to keep up with the times.
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Reminders of the occupation were embedded into the infrastructure of the island. They were written across the water tower, above the “United States Penitentiary” sign on the docks. “WELCOME INDIANS,” read one in a weathered, but still legible, red paint. “INDIAN LAND,” read another.
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Reminders of the occupation were embedded into the infrastructure of the island. They were written across the water tower, above the “United States Penitentiary” sign on the docks. “WELCOME INDIANS,” read one in a weathered, but still legible, red paint. “INDIAN LAND,” read another.
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