The story behind the poster: An interview with Lena Wolff

You might have seen it displayed on the window of your favorite coffee place, handed out on Sproul or, perhaps most dramatically, emblazoned on the giant screen outside of the Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive in the past week. The tweetable message, “Berkeley Stands United Against Hate” —
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New bathroom for general public opens in South Berkeley

A new public-use, disabled-accessible, portable bathroom was installed in a city parking lot near Alcatraz Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Way on Friday after the city received pressure from a nearby homeless encampment organized by the advocacy group First They Came for the Homeless, along with local neighborhood residents and merchants.
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