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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Martin Luther King Jr. Way will be revamped to be in line with Vision Zero which intends to improve traffic safety.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Way will be revamped to be in line with Vision Zero which intends to improve traffic safety.
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Jennifer Shanoski, chemistry professor at Merritt College and president of the Peralta Federation of Teachers, is running for the 2022 Berkeley School Board.
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Jennifer Shanoski, chemistry professor at Merritt College and president of the Peralta Federation of Teachers, is running for the 2022 Berkeley School Board.
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Berkeley City Council adopted their first formal land acknowledgement, postponed the plans to repave Hopkins Corridor and discussed a housing development project that was noted as being potentially detrimental during their regular meeting Tuesday. 
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Berkeley City Council adopted their first formal land acknowledgement, postponed the plans to repave Hopkins Corridor and discussed a housing development project that was noted as being potentially detrimental during their regular meeting Tuesday. 
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A policy brief by UC Berkeley professor Michael Reich found that the Living Wage Act, or LWA, would allow pay increases for millions of California workers.
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A policy brief by UC Berkeley professor Michael Reich found that the Living Wage Act, or LWA, would allow pay increases for millions of California workers.
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All eyes turned to New York May 14, when 10 people were killed and three injured at a supermarket in Buffalo, a massacre some alleged to be racially motivated with 11 out of 13 victims being Black.
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All eyes turned to New York May 14, when 10 people were killed and three injured at a supermarket in Buffalo, a massacre some alleged to be racially motivated with 11 out of 13 victims being Black.
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Members of the Berkeley community gathered in remembrance of the forced detainment of Americans of Japanese descent in internment camps during WWII.
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Members of the Berkeley community gathered in remembrance of the forced detainment of Americans of Japanese descent in internment camps during WWII.
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The Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi, or M.T.O, Shahmaghsoudi School of Islamic Sufism in Berkeley kicked off the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week with a donation drive to support the Women’s Daytime Drop-In Center.
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The Maktab Tarighat Oveyssi, or M.T.O, Shahmaghsoudi School of Islamic Sufism in Berkeley kicked off the United Nations World Interfaith Harmony Week with a donation drive to support the Women’s Daytime Drop-In Center.
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The city of Berkeley is set to become one of the first cities in the nation to incorporate blockchain technology in its municipal bond market.
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The city of Berkeley is set to become one of the first cities in the nation to incorporate blockchain technology in its municipal bond market.
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National Night Out is returning to Berkeley on Aug. 3, allowing city residents to participate in the event organized by the BPD Community Services Bureau.
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National Night Out is returning to Berkeley on Aug. 3, allowing city residents to participate in the event organized by the BPD Community Services Bureau.
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In addition to the personal complications of adapting to a pandemic, Berkeley city council members have also had the state of the city weighing on them.
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In addition to the personal complications of adapting to a pandemic, Berkeley city council members have also had the state of the city weighing on them.
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