BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 26, 2022

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Leaders of the Associated Students of the University of California, or ASUC, and the campus Graduate Assembly held a press conference Thursday on the front steps of Doe Library protesting a display set up inside.
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Leaders of the Associated Students of the University of California, or ASUC, and the campus Graduate Assembly held a press conference Thursday on the front steps of Doe Library protesting a display set up inside.
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Remembered for his dedication to civil rights activism, Hardy Frye, UC Berkeley professor emeritus of African American studies, died June 16 at the age of 82.
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Remembered for his dedication to civil rights activism, Hardy Frye, UC Berkeley professor emeritus of African American studies, died June 16 at the age of 82.
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Multiple Berkeley community leaders and Bay Area experts met Monday for a panel on Berkeley solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, community.
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Multiple Berkeley community leaders and Bay Area experts met Monday for a panel on Berkeley solidarity with the Asian American and Pacific Islander, or AAPI, community.
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Because the AAPI community is often wrongly assumed to be a relatively privileged monolith, the particular challenges faced by ethnic subgroups have been consistently minimized. But that doesn’t mean they do not exist.
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Because the AAPI community is often wrongly assumed to be a relatively privileged monolith, the particular challenges faced by ethnic subgroups have been consistently minimized. But that doesn’t mean they do not exist.
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Since its formation in 1970, UC Berkeley’s African American studies department has been at the forefront of African diaspora scholarship.
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Since its formation in 1970, UC Berkeley’s African American studies department has been at the forefront of African diaspora scholarship.
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UC Berkeley’s department of ethnic studies commemorated the 50th anniversary of its founding with a two-day symposium Thursday and Friday, which included panels presented by ethnic studies scholars.
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UC Berkeley’s department of ethnic studies commemorated the 50th anniversary of its founding with a two-day symposium Thursday and Friday, which included panels presented by ethnic studies scholars.
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While the Third World Liberation Front's goal of creating an independent Third World College on campus was not realized during the height of this activist movement in 1969, the movement had resounding impact on future movements and impacted the legacy of ethnic studies on campus.
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While the Third World Liberation Front's goal of creating an independent Third World College on campus was not realized during the height of this activist movement in 1969, the movement had resounding impact on future movements and impacted the legacy of ethnic studies on campus.
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The city of Berkeley has garnered a reputation for its progressive political change, and city officials have noted its significance on a national scale.
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The city of Berkeley has garnered a reputation for its progressive political change, and city officials have noted its significance on a national scale.
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Traumatic events find a way to be remembered, to shape the present in subtle or overt ways, and ethnic studies itself emerged from one such event 50 years ago.
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Traumatic events find a way to be remembered, to shape the present in subtle or overt ways, and ethnic studies itself emerged from one such event 50 years ago.
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What renders the store unique among myriad independent bookstores in Berkeley — or even booksellers in general — is its niche focus. 
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What renders the store unique among myriad independent bookstores in Berkeley — or even booksellers in general — is its niche focus. 
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