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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 01, 2023

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Berkeley Law is under investigation by the US Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights over the administration’s response to a bylaw banning Zionist speakers passed in August by the Law Students for Justice in Palestine, or LSJP, and several other law student organizations.
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Berkeley Law is under investigation by the US Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights over the administration’s response to a bylaw banning Zionist speakers passed in August by the Law Students for Justice in Palestine, or LSJP, and several other law student organizations.
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U.S. Magistrate Nathanael Cousins approved a consent decree that went into effect Monday, placing Santa Rita Jail under external oversight, ending a 2018 lawsuit that alleged mental health abuse in the jail.
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U.S. Magistrate Nathanael Cousins approved a consent decree that went into effect Monday, placing Santa Rita Jail under external oversight, ending a 2018 lawsuit that alleged mental health abuse in the jail.
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Berkeley opened the city’s first Safe Parking lot on Wednesday as part of the Horizon Transitional Village to provide 40 secure parking spots for those living in RVs and other large vehicles for 11 months.
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Berkeley opened the city’s first Safe Parking lot on Wednesday as part of the Horizon Transitional Village to provide 40 secure parking spots for those living in RVs and other large vehicles for 11 months.
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Several months after COVID-19 reached Santa Rita Jail, National Lawyers Guild San Francisco released a letter Oct. 2 that called for Alameda County officials to protect inmates against the disease and ensure safer living conditions.
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Several months after COVID-19 reached Santa Rita Jail, National Lawyers Guild San Francisco released a letter Oct. 2 that called for Alameda County officials to protect inmates against the disease and ensure safer living conditions.
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Emails from within the Berkeley Police Department show that the department created a policy of publicizing the photos and personal information of arrested protesters, as first reported by Mic.
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Emails from within the Berkeley Police Department show that the department created a policy of publicizing the photos and personal information of arrested protesters, as first reported by Mic.
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Berkeley City Council approved a settlement Tuesday over a lawsuit alleging that Berkeley Police Department used force when handling demonstrators during the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protest.
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Berkeley City Council approved a settlement Tuesday over a lawsuit alleging that Berkeley Police Department used force when handling demonstrators during the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protest.
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SAN FRANCISCO — The UC Office of the President is recommending that members of the UC community from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen do not exit the United States in light of President Donald Trump’s recent executive order restricting entry into the country.
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SAN FRANCISCO — The UC Office of the President is recommending that members of the UC community from Iran, Iraq, Libya, Somalia, Sudan, Syria and Yemen do not exit the United States in light of President Donald Trump’s recent executive order restricting entry into the country.
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Hundreds walked out of their classes about noon Friday and met to rally at Sproul Plaza, where they joined with Berkeley High School students and other community members to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump and march to Oakland.
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Hundreds walked out of their classes about noon Friday and met to rally at Sproul Plaza, where they joined with Berkeley High School students and other community members to protest the inauguration of President Donald Trump and march to Oakland.
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Last May, the city of Hayward charged a legal association about $3,200 for police body camera footage of the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protests in Berkeley.
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Last May, the city of Hayward charged a legal association about $3,200 for police body camera footage of the December 2014 Black Lives Matter protests in Berkeley.
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