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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 17, 2023

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Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park

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The city of Berkeley held an open house Wednesday for a plan to reshape the Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park and two nearby historic buildings — Veterans Memorial Building and the Maudelle Shirek Building, also known as Old City Hall — located in Berkeley’s Civic Center. 
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The city of Berkeley held an open house Wednesday for a plan to reshape the Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park and two nearby historic buildings — Veterans Memorial Building and the Maudelle Shirek Building, also known as Old City Hall — located in Berkeley’s Civic Center. 
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Protesters walked onto the steps of Sproul Hall at noon on International Women's Day calling for the protection of abortion rights.
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Protesters walked onto the steps of Sproul Hall at noon on International Women's Day calling for the protection of abortion rights.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, planned several events in honor of Black History Month.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and the Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, planned several events in honor of Black History Month.
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According to Nik Evasco, Youth Climate Organizer and Program Manager for 350 Bay Area, a climate activism organization, their youth mobilization team led the organization of the march along with other environmental justice, youth-focused and UC Berkeley organizations. 
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According to Nik Evasco, Youth Climate Organizer and Program Manager for 350 Bay Area, a climate activism organization, their youth mobilization team led the organization of the march along with other environmental justice, youth-focused and UC Berkeley organizations. 
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Berkeley Police Department officers responded to a call Sunday at the Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on reports of a man who was suspected to be deceased near a tent.
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Berkeley Police Department officers responded to a call Sunday at the Martin Luther King Jr. Civic Center Park on reports of a man who was suspected to be deceased near a tent.
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As the number of vaccinations across California and the city of Berkeley continue to rise, everyone ages 12 and older will be able to set an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine beginning May 13.
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As the number of vaccinations across California and the city of Berkeley continue to rise, everyone ages 12 and older will be able to set an appointment for a COVID-19 vaccine beginning May 13.
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Following the approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 12 and older, Berkeley Unified School District partnered with the city to announce two free vaccination clinics Wednesday.
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Following the approval of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 12 and older, Berkeley Unified School District partnered with the city to announce two free vaccination clinics Wednesday.
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On May 3, Berkeley Police Department officers arrested a suspect who allegedly committed various acts of antisemetic vandalism across multiple days.
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On May 3, Berkeley Police Department officers arrested a suspect who allegedly committed various acts of antisemetic vandalism across multiple days.
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“We who believe in freedom cannot rest.” The words rang out as a chorus of more than 100 community members gathered on the birthday of a Black transgender woman who died in police custody in Berkeley eight years ago.
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“We who believe in freedom cannot rest.” The words rang out as a chorus of more than 100 community members gathered on the birthday of a Black transgender woman who died in police custody in Berkeley eight years ago.
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For Miya Sommers and many other Asian Americans, the recent shootings in Atlanta reignited personal experiences with racism, fetishism and violence.
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For Miya Sommers and many other Asian Americans, the recent shootings in Atlanta reignited personal experiences with racism, fetishism and violence.
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