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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 09, 2022

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On a patch of land at the northwest corner of campus, a garden brimming with indigenous plants has sprung to life and connected students to their heritage.
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On a patch of land at the northwest corner of campus, a garden brimming with indigenous plants has sprung to life and connected students to their heritage.
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AB 2836 requires the UC system and its campuses to adopt policies that meet the intent of existing state and federal laws and incorporate the input of Native American tribes.
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AB 2836 requires the UC system and its campuses to adopt policies that meet the intent of existing state and federal laws and incorporate the input of Native American tribes.
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The Native American community at UC Berkeley is small, but it is determined not to be forgotten.
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The Native American community at UC Berkeley is small, but it is determined not to be forgotten.
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On Thursday, as more than 100 people protesting the construction of a pipeline were arrested in North Dakota, people gathered in the Multicultural Community Center on campus to raise awareness of the struggle in North Dakota and share in what Native American performer Supaman called “the good medicine of laughter and hip hop and prayer.”
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On Thursday, as more than 100 people protesting the construction of a pipeline were arrested in North Dakota, people gathered in the Multicultural Community Center on campus to raise awareness of the struggle in North Dakota and share in what Native American performer Supaman called “the good medicine of laughter and hip hop and prayer.”
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