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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Although we are new to the game, we are determined, fast learners — we aim for a free China.
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Although we are new to the game, we are determined, fast learners — we aim for a free China.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín was overwhelmingly voted in to his second term in office, and while The Daily Californian endorsed him in 2020, nobody is perfect.
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Berkeley Mayor Jesse Arreguín was overwhelmingly voted in to his second term in office, and while The Daily Californian endorsed him in 2020, nobody is perfect.
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Reforming an institution rooted in a legacy of state-sanctioned racial violence will take a paradigm shift, both in police culture and public attitude.
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Reforming an institution rooted in a legacy of state-sanctioned racial violence will take a paradigm shift, both in police culture and public attitude.
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I am willing to afford white people and the police safety, but I am not willing to pay for it with the continued loss of Black lives and dignity.
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I am willing to afford white people and the police safety, but I am not willing to pay for it with the continued loss of Black lives and dignity.
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True safety isn't limited to “order,” but rather transcends it. Safety isn't a gun or a baton but a bridge, steadfast in its care and warm in its reception.
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True safety isn't limited to “order,” but rather transcends it. Safety isn't a gun or a baton but a bridge, steadfast in its care and warm in its reception.
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Defunding police departments would be a strong first step to correct systemic oppression, and it would advance America toward eventual abolition of the police.
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Defunding police departments would be a strong first step to correct systemic oppression, and it would advance America toward eventual abolition of the police.
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It is high time to reconsider the long-standing, intimate relationship between UC Berkeley and the city’s police department.
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It is high time to reconsider the long-standing, intimate relationship between UC Berkeley and the city’s police department.
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The preventive principle has spawned the most oppressive policing programs of the past 50 years, and simply has no place in a society that values freedom.
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The preventive principle has spawned the most oppressive policing programs of the past 50 years, and simply has no place in a society that values freedom.
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