BERKELEY'S NEWS • OCTOBER 01, 2022

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In addition to the increased difficulty of accessing shelter, unhoused individuals and families have been impacted by issues such as an incomplete census due to a delay in Berkeley’s point-in-time count, exclusion from certain programs and a scarcity of basic necessities and resources.
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In addition to the increased difficulty of accessing shelter, unhoused individuals and families have been impacted by issues such as an incomplete census due to a delay in Berkeley’s point-in-time count, exclusion from certain programs and a scarcity of basic necessities and resources.
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The pandemic has positioned youth experiencing homelessness to be at the greatest risk of being affected by COVID-19.
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The pandemic has positioned youth experiencing homelessness to be at the greatest risk of being affected by COVID-19.
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Gabrielle Sharp, a UC Berkeley sophomore, is running independently for ASUC Senate on a platform focused on reinvesting in the community, bridging the divide between campus and city residents and serving the Queer & Trans People of Color, or QTPOC, community. 
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Gabrielle Sharp, a UC Berkeley sophomore, is running independently for ASUC Senate on a platform focused on reinvesting in the community, bridging the divide between campus and city residents and serving the Queer & Trans People of Color, or QTPOC, community. 
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Dozens of tents, hammocks strewn up between redwoods, park regulars and student activists currently encompass the landscape of People’s Park. In the midst of this is an ongoing controversy over UC Berkeley’s plan to develop the area, resulting in protests and retaliation.
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Dozens of tents, hammocks strewn up between redwoods, park regulars and student activists currently encompass the landscape of People’s Park. In the midst of this is an ongoing controversy over UC Berkeley’s plan to develop the area, resulting in protests and retaliation.
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People experiencing homelessness in Berkeley continue to be affected by water insecurity and encampment sweeps.
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People experiencing homelessness in Berkeley continue to be affected by water insecurity and encampment sweeps.
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Community members and protesters attended the second open house hosted by UC Berkeley Capital Strategies regarding the proposed housing project at People’s Park on March 4.
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Community members and protesters attended the second open house hosted by UC Berkeley Capital Strategies regarding the proposed housing project at People’s Park on March 4.
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“We’re trying to create a culture where people don’t avert their eyes” — Sumaiya Mubarack, a volunteer at the Suitcase Clinic.
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“We’re trying to create a culture where people don’t avert their eyes” — Sumaiya Mubarack, a volunteer at the Suitcase Clinic.
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There are over 1,100 groups of students who are so passionate about something that they felt the need to do something about it.
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There are over 1,100 groups of students who are so passionate about something that they felt the need to do something about it.
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How the interests of these different stakeholders — the park’s owners, residents and surrounding community — are prioritized will determine the park’s future, especially in light of campus plans to develop student housing on the site.
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How the interests of these different stakeholders — the park’s owners, residents and surrounding community — are prioritized will determine the park’s future, especially in light of campus plans to develop student housing on the site.
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Visions of turkey dinners and family festivities mark the coming of the holiday season, but for the homeless of Berkeley, the coming weeks are known more for their cold, wet nights than for holiday cheer.
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Visions of turkey dinners and family festivities mark the coming of the holiday season, but for the homeless of Berkeley, the coming weeks are known more for their cold, wet nights than for holiday cheer.
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