BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Before the Stonewall riots marked the beginning of the modern gay rights movement, and even in the time following, members of the LGBTQ+ community existed within a “hidden subculture” in the Bay Area, according to Robert Plantz, former president of the GSU from 1969 through 1970.
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Before the Stonewall riots marked the beginning of the modern gay rights movement, and even in the time following, members of the LGBTQ+ community existed within a “hidden subculture” in the Bay Area, according to Robert Plantz, former president of the GSU from 1969 through 1970.
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Transphobia is not a new phenomenon, and thus, neither is transgender activism. Berkeley and the Bay Area as a whole have served as a nexus of much advocacy, which has often included LGBTQ+ rights.
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Transphobia is not a new phenomenon, and thus, neither is transgender activism. Berkeley and the Bay Area as a whole have served as a nexus of much advocacy, which has often included LGBTQ+ rights.
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Campus officials are working to increase access to resources for underserved transgender individuals, according to UC Berkeley Gender Equity Resource Center Director Billy Curtis.
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Campus officials are working to increase access to resources for underserved transgender individuals, according to UC Berkeley Gender Equity Resource Center Director Billy Curtis.
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Richard Castrillon, director of the North Berkeley Senior Center, said he believed it was very important to show that the event was open to anyone, making this idea clear with the “Come as You Are” theme. The event this year saw the participation of seniors and young people alike who are part of the LGBTQ+ community or who wanted to celebrate Pride with the community.
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Richard Castrillon, director of the North Berkeley Senior Center, said he believed it was very important to show that the event was open to anyone, making this idea clear with the “Come as You Are” theme. The event this year saw the participation of seniors and young people alike who are part of the LGBTQ+ community or who wanted to celebrate Pride with the community.
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Members of the LGBTQ+ community throughout Alameda County can find a sense of community and mentorship at Berkeley’s Pacific Center for Human Growth.
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Members of the LGBTQ+ community throughout Alameda County can find a sense of community and mentorship at Berkeley’s Pacific Center for Human Growth.
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Pacific Center for Human Growth has provided the Bay Area’s LGBTQ+ community with the resources its members need to maintain their mental health since 1973.
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Pacific Center for Human Growth has provided the Bay Area’s LGBTQ+ community with the resources its members need to maintain their mental health since 1973.
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A volunteer at the Pacific Center for Human Growth on Telegraph Avenue was assaulted Friday after trying to stop an individual from allegedly setting fire to a rainbow flag displayed outside the building.
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A volunteer at the Pacific Center for Human Growth on Telegraph Avenue was assaulted Friday after trying to stop an individual from allegedly setting fire to a rainbow flag displayed outside the building.
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This week, Em Bohlka, who worked at the Berkeley location of Highwire Coffee Roasters, and Griffin Madden, a campus alumnus and the audience services associate for Cal Performances, were confirmed as victims of the Oakland warehouse fire that took place Friday.
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This week, Em Bohlka, who worked at the Berkeley location of Highwire Coffee Roasters, and Griffin Madden, a campus alumnus and the audience services associate for Cal Performances, were confirmed as victims of the Oakland warehouse fire that took place Friday.
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Around 250 students and Berkeley residents attended the 15th annual Berkeley Pride event Monday afternoon at Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse that featured some of the Bay Area’s most renowned performers and speakers.
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Around 250 students and Berkeley residents attended the 15th annual Berkeley Pride event Monday afternoon at Freight & Salvage Coffeehouse that featured some of the Bay Area’s most renowned performers and speakers.
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