BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Ismael Chamu and Peter Estrada, two UC Berkeley students arrested last week on charges of vandalism, were arraigned at the Wiley M. Manuel Courthouse Monday afternoon on charges of alleged felony vandalism more than $400 and misdemeanor possession of tools to commit vandalism.
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Ismael Chamu and Peter Estrada, two UC Berkeley students arrested last week on charges of vandalism, were arraigned at the Wiley M. Manuel Courthouse Monday afternoon on charges of alleged felony vandalism more than $400 and misdemeanor possession of tools to commit vandalism.
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On Sunday afternoon, Berkeley Citizens Action, a local activist group, hosted several Berkeley City Councilmembers — including Mayor Jesse Arreguín — for a “Progressive Town Meeting” to outline policy goals and organize support for progressive organizations in Berkeley.
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On Sunday afternoon, Berkeley Citizens Action, a local activist group, hosted several Berkeley City Councilmembers — including Mayor Jesse Arreguín — for a “Progressive Town Meeting” to outline policy goals and organize support for progressive organizations in Berkeley.
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The Police Review Commission convened Wednesday evening to elect a new chair and discuss body-worn camera policies and recent City Council decisions.
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The Police Review Commission convened Wednesday evening to elect a new chair and discuss body-worn camera policies and recent City Council decisions.
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Students and city residents are criticizing Berkeley police officers for allegedly engaging in racial profiling during traffic stops, basing their findings on a seven-month period of data that showed black and Latino people were detained at a disproportionately high rate.
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Students and city residents are criticizing Berkeley police officers for allegedly engaging in racial profiling during traffic stops, basing their findings on a seven-month period of data that showed black and Latino people were detained at a disproportionately high rate.
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The NAACP has always operated using the principles of emotional intelligence and civility; accordingly, I will continue to encourage all people, police and citizen alike, to think about what’s in their and the communities’ best interest before they act. Citizens must always question unjust acts and challenge bigotry; however, I will encourage people of color to respond in a measured and tactical manner that reduces the possibility of them being harmed which will further erode the already fractious relationship that far too many citizens of color have with the Berkeley Police Department (BPD).
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The NAACP has always operated using the principles of emotional intelligence and civility; accordingly, I will continue to encourage all people, police and citizen alike, to think about what’s in their and the communities’ best interest before they act. Citizens must always question unjust acts and challenge bigotry; however, I will encourage people of color to respond in a measured and tactical manner that reduces the possibility of them being harmed which will further erode the already fractious relationship that far too many citizens of color have with the Berkeley Police Department (BPD).
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