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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, sparking worldwide protests against police brutality and racism.
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On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, sparking worldwide protests against police brutality and racism.
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met Wednesday evening to discuss complaints of police misconduct, recent shootings, gun recoveries, bike patrols and police vaccinations. 
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The Berkeley Police Accountability Board, or PAB, met Wednesday evening to discuss complaints of police misconduct, recent shootings, gun recoveries, bike patrols and police vaccinations. 
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As the city of Berkeley looks to implement the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, this summer to increase policing transparency and public trust, the community remains both doubtful and hopeful.
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As the city of Berkeley looks to implement the Police Accountability Board, or PAB, this summer to increase policing transparency and public trust, the community remains both doubtful and hopeful.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board members unanimously approved a motion to rename Jefferson Elementary School after Ruth Acty at a special meeting Wednesday.
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Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, board members unanimously approved a motion to rename Jefferson Elementary School after Ruth Acty at a special meeting Wednesday.
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Institutional racism is woven into business and government, art and science, medicine and media, our laws and our everyday lives.
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Institutional racism is woven into business and government, art and science, medicine and media, our laws and our everyday lives.
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This vicious cycle of oppression needs to end by outlawing discriminatory housing practices, and more cities need to be active in implementing this policy.
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This vicious cycle of oppression needs to end by outlawing discriminatory housing practices, and more cities need to be active in implementing this policy.
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Berkeley's Police Review Commission, or PRC, discussed its collection and analysis of stop data, or data relating to police stops and searches, and the passage of Lexipol policies at its regular Wednesday night meeting at the South Berkeley Senior Center.
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Berkeley's Police Review Commission, or PRC, discussed its collection and analysis of stop data, or data relating to police stops and searches, and the passage of Lexipol policies at its regular Wednesday night meeting at the South Berkeley Senior Center.
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The editorial board has long questioned the purpose of the EVP role in the ASUC. But when Maureen Simmons began her campaign for the position with CalSERVE, she breathed life into the role in a way that past EVPs have continuously failed to do.
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The editorial board has long questioned the purpose of the EVP role in the ASUC. But when Maureen Simmons began her campaign for the position with CalSERVE, she breathed life into the role in a way that past EVPs have continuously failed to do.
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Despite being free by some accounts, Banks was never granted those 11 years of his life back, though he was able to briefly experience playing in the NFL for the Atlanta Falcons in 2013.
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Despite being free by some accounts, Banks was never granted those 11 years of his life back, though he was able to briefly experience playing in the NFL for the Atlanta Falcons in 2013.
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Six candidates — Ty Alper, Norma Harrison, Dru Howard, Abdur Sikder, Julie Sinai and Ka’Dijah Brown — will be vying for the three open board seats.
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Six candidates — Ty Alper, Norma Harrison, Dru Howard, Abdur Sikder, Julie Sinai and Ka’Dijah Brown — will be vying for the three open board seats.
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