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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Political activist and scholar Angela Davis and UC Santa Cruz associate professor of feminist studies Gina Dent discussed abolition “as a politic and a practice” at a virtual event held by the Center for Race and Gender, or CRG, Thursday.
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Political activist and scholar Angela Davis and UC Santa Cruz associate professor of feminist studies Gina Dent discussed abolition “as a politic and a practice” at a virtual event held by the Center for Race and Gender, or CRG, Thursday.
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President Donald Trump said in an interview with Axios on Monday that he plans to alter the birthright citizenship law, a law that states that anyone born on U.S. soil is automatically a citizen, for children of noncitizens born on U.S. soil.
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President Donald Trump said in an interview with Axios on Monday that he plans to alter the birthright citizenship law, a law that states that anyone born on U.S. soil is automatically a citizen, for children of noncitizens born on U.S. soil.
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The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against California in March, alleging that its sanctuary state laws are unconstitutional. The lawsuit focuses on AB 450, AB 103 and SB 54, three state bills that prohibit private citizens and local police from releasing information pertaining to immigration status to federal immigration authorities.
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The Department of Justice filed a lawsuit against California in March, alleging that its sanctuary state laws are unconstitutional. The lawsuit focuses on AB 450, AB 103 and SB 54, three state bills that prohibit private citizens and local police from releasing information pertaining to immigration status to federal immigration authorities.
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If the Trump administration does not provide an adequate justification for rescinding DACA within the next 90 days, the government will have to accept new DACA applications under the judge’s ruling.
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If the Trump administration does not provide an adequate justification for rescinding DACA within the next 90 days, the government will have to accept new DACA applications under the judge’s ruling.
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Chancellor Carol Christ implemented immigration sweeps toolkits and resource guides in a campuswide email Thursday in light of threatened immigration sweeps in the Bay Area.
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Chancellor Carol Christ implemented immigration sweeps toolkits and resource guides in a campuswide email Thursday in light of threatened immigration sweeps in the Bay Area.
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The Department of Justice, or DOJ, threatened Wednesday to issue a subpoena to the city of Berkeley if the city does not hand over documents showing whether or not local law enforcement is sharing information with federal immigration authorities.
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The Department of Justice, or DOJ, threatened Wednesday to issue a subpoena to the city of Berkeley if the city does not hand over documents showing whether or not local law enforcement is sharing information with federal immigration authorities.
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California State Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, emphasized SB 54 and AB 450 in a press release Thursday in the wake of growing threats of raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, in the Bay Area.
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California State Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, emphasized SB 54 and AB 450 in a press release Thursday in the wake of growing threats of raids by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, in the Bay Area.
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U.S. immigration officials are preparing to arrest over 1,500 undocumented individuals in San Francisco and other Northern California cities as a response to California becoming a sanctuary state last year, according to a tip The San Francisco Chronicle received from an anonymous source Tuesday.
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U.S. immigration officials are preparing to arrest over 1,500 undocumented individuals in San Francisco and other Northern California cities as a response to California becoming a sanctuary state last year, according to a tip The San Francisco Chronicle received from an anonymous source Tuesday.
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You may have thought marriage had become obsolete among millennials, but Bohemianism has gotten expensive at UC Berkeley.
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You may have thought marriage had become obsolete among millennials, but Bohemianism has gotten expensive at UC Berkeley.
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UC Berkeley School of Law alumnus Thelton Henderson, a former federal judge and active member of the Civil Rights Movement, is leaving the bench and returning to his alma mater.
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UC Berkeley School of Law alumnus Thelton Henderson, a former federal judge and active member of the Civil Rights Movement, is leaving the bench and returning to his alma mater.
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