‘Begin righting a great wrong’: UC Berkeley discusses impact of Indigenous land-grab

Speakers from UC Land Grab
The forum, which was organized by UC Berkeley’s Centers for Educational Justice and Community Engagement, was meant to shed light on the long-masked reality and spur conversation to bring more visibility to Native people and the issues they continually face.

Spurred on by a High Country News article regarding universities founded on dispossessed Indigenous land, a variety of panelists took to Zoom on Friday to unearth the legacy of UC profit that came with it and the movement to reclaim the land.
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Doe Library celebrates 100th birthday

Now, the library plans for an increasingly digital future while maintaining its print roots

When the Charles Franklin Doe Memorial Library was dedicated on March 21, 1912, architect John Galen Howard envisioned it would be the heart of the then-45-year-old UC Berkeley campus as it continued to grow and expand. On Wednesday, the campus held a celebration of the library’s 100th birthday, complete with
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