BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2022

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Protesters staged Black Lives Matter demonstrations across Berkeley on Monday, including “Stand Out for Black Lives” — a gathering at Berkeley Arts Magnet elementary school.
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Protesters staged Black Lives Matter demonstrations across Berkeley on Monday, including “Stand Out for Black Lives” — a gathering at Berkeley Arts Magnet elementary school.
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The Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, held a town hall to discuss relevant education and funding 2020 ballot measures Thursday evening.
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The Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, held a town hall to discuss relevant education and funding 2020 ballot measures Thursday evening.
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Hate speech posters alleging a student organization was connected to a "terror organization" were plastered around campus on Thursday, naming and criticizing several students and faculty members for their involvement in Students for Justice in Palestine, or SJP.
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Hate speech posters alleging a student organization was connected to a "terror organization" were plastered around campus on Thursday, naming and criticizing several students and faculty members for their involvement in Students for Justice in Palestine, or SJP.
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On Monday, Carla Hesse, executive dean of the College of Letters and Science, rescinded her suspension of the controversial DeCal course previously titled “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis.”
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On Monday, Carla Hesse, executive dean of the College of Letters and Science, rescinded her suspension of the controversial DeCal course previously titled “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis.”
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On Tuesday, UC Berkeley suspended an erroneously approved student-led DeCal called “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis” that many in the Jewish community alleged was politically bent.
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On Tuesday, UC Berkeley suspended an erroneously approved student-led DeCal called “Palestine: A Settler Colonial Analysis” that many in the Jewish community alleged was politically bent.
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At least five hate-speech posters — with at least two naming six current and former UC Berkeley students for their involvement in either the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement or Students for Justice in Palestine — were found plastered at various sites around campus Monday.
At least five hate-speech posters — with at least two naming six current and former UC Berkeley students for their involvement in either the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement or Students for Justice in Palestine — were found plastered at various sites around campus Monday.
A Berkeley resident was removed from a city commission last week after she brought forth proposal to divest city funds from companies affiliated with the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories.
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A Berkeley resident was removed from a city commission last week after she brought forth proposal to divest city funds from companies affiliated with the Israeli occupation of Palestinian territories.
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A state Senate resolution that would urge the University of California to condemn anti-Semitism and racism on its campuses has drawn objections from organizations who say the legislation’s definition of anti-Semitism would stifle free speech.
A state Senate resolution that would urge the University of California to condemn anti-Semitism and racism on its campuses has drawn objections from organizations who say the legislation’s definition of anti-Semitism would stifle free speech.