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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 31, 2023

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Omi Salas-SantaCruz, a former UC Berkeley employee and Ph.D. student in the campus School of Education, filed a lawsuit against campus and School of Education Professor Patricia Baquedano-López on Nov. 17 alleging discrimination on the basis of their nonbinary identity. 
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Omi Salas-SantaCruz, a former UC Berkeley employee and Ph.D. student in the campus School of Education, filed a lawsuit against campus and School of Education Professor Patricia Baquedano-López on Nov. 17 alleging discrimination on the basis of their nonbinary identity. 
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The designated emphasis in indigenous language revitalization is similar to a minor for graduate students and was developed by three campus departments.
The designated emphasis in indigenous language revitalization is similar to a minor for graduate students and was developed by three campus departments.
On Wednesday, the UC Berkeley Center for Latino Policy Research held a reception in honor of Mayor Jesse Arreguín as one of its monthlong events celebrating the center's expansion to include arts, humanities, policy and interdisciplinary research.
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On Wednesday, the UC Berkeley Center for Latino Policy Research held a reception in honor of Mayor Jesse Arreguín as one of its monthlong events celebrating the center's expansion to include arts, humanities, policy and interdisciplinary research.
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Two polls, which were conducted by the Institute of Governmental Studies and released in August, revealed the majority of California voters oppose abolishing the death penalty and that they prioritize English-learning classes over bilingual classes.
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Two polls, which were conducted by the Institute of Governmental Studies and released in August, revealed the majority of California voters oppose abolishing the death penalty and that they prioritize English-learning classes over bilingual classes.
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The campus Chicano Latino Alumni Association launched an online petition directed at Chancellor Nicholas Dirks on Sept. 18 to highlight underrepresentation of Chicano/Latino individuals in campus senior management positions.
The campus Chicano Latino Alumni Association launched an online petition directed at Chancellor Nicholas Dirks on Sept. 18 to highlight underrepresentation of Chicano/Latino individuals in campus senior management positions.
A group of 20 UC Berkeley faculty members announced Thursday the creation of a Chicano-Latino Faculty Association, which aims to make the campus more representative of California demographics.
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A group of 20 UC Berkeley faculty members announced Thursday the creation of a Chicano-Latino Faculty Association, which aims to make the campus more representative of California demographics.
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