BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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Campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof discussed the recent People’s Park developments with People's Park Historic District Advocacy Group President Harvey Smith and Berkeleyside housing and homelessness reporter Supriya Yelimeli in a KQED forum Wednesday morning.
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Campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof discussed the recent People’s Park developments with People's Park Historic District Advocacy Group President Harvey Smith and Berkeleyside housing and homelessness reporter Supriya Yelimeli in a KQED forum Wednesday morning.
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Ultimately, no matter the city’s work to provide supportive housing for residents of People’s Park, the park’s decades worth of history and culture will not be preserved.
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Ultimately, no matter the city’s work to provide supportive housing for residents of People’s Park, the park’s decades worth of history and culture will not be preserved.
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While growing up in foster care and group homes, Oakland resident Vincent Ray Williams III, born HIV-positive and pansexual, alleged he was stigmatized, outcasted and physically abused when people "caught wind" of his sexual identity.
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While growing up in foster care and group homes, Oakland resident Vincent Ray Williams III, born HIV-positive and pansexual, alleged he was stigmatized, outcasted and physically abused when people "caught wind" of his sexual identity.
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The school must take accountability and work to guarantee the residents it is removing from the park are protected and have longer-term housing solutions.
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The school must take accountability and work to guarantee the residents it is removing from the park are protected and have longer-term housing solutions.
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Campus and city officials have begun moving People’s Park residents into transitional housing, leaving the Southside neighborhood with the sight of an emptier park than usual.
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Campus and city officials have begun moving People’s Park residents into transitional housing, leaving the Southside neighborhood with the sight of an emptier park than usual.
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The council authorized the sale of $40 million in general obligation bonds to support affordable housing and separately referred millions of dollars to address houselessness.
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The council authorized the sale of $40 million in general obligation bonds to support affordable housing and separately referred millions of dollars to address houselessness.
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This plan, though grand in its promise, may not sufficiently address the long-term needs of Berkeley’s houseless community.
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This plan, though grand in its promise, may not sufficiently address the long-term needs of Berkeley’s houseless community.
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Campus administration announced a collaborative effort with the city of Berkeley and local nonprofits to temporarily house People’s Park residents.
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Campus administration announced a collaborative effort with the city of Berkeley and local nonprofits to temporarily house People’s Park residents.
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On Tuesday, Alameda County extended Project Roomkey leases through the end of January 2021 for four hotels currently providing housing to members of the homeless community. 
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On Tuesday, Alameda County extended Project Roomkey leases through the end of January 2021 for four hotels currently providing housing to members of the homeless community. 
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