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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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Athletes have taken off their uniforms and joined the world in the revolution for change in society, marching side by side with their fans.
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Athletes have taken off their uniforms and joined the world in the revolution for change in society, marching side by side with their fans.
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Former UC Berkeley assistant professor in the Haas School of Business Andreea Gorbatâi co-authored a study that found news coverage of racial events decreases support for Black entrepreneurs. 
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Former UC Berkeley assistant professor in the Haas School of Business Andreea Gorbatâi co-authored a study that found news coverage of racial events decreases support for Black entrepreneurs. 
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Black music heals me. For me, there is no other place to start but here — to pay homage to the music that birthed and raised me.
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Black music heals me. For me, there is no other place to start but here — to pay homage to the music that birthed and raised me.
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This movement will not end. What we crave more than ever is societal reform, which will seep into how police officers confront personal biases.
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This movement will not end. What we crave more than ever is societal reform, which will seep into how police officers confront personal biases.
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The documents released this week about Kayla Moore’s death in 2013 merely reminded Berkeley community members — once again — of the complete lack of power that police oversight commissions have.
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The documents released this week about Kayla Moore’s death in 2013 merely reminded Berkeley community members — once again — of the complete lack of power that police oversight commissions have.
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At SOMArts, the Black woman is not disrespected, and she is not neglected. She is revered, examined in glory and illustrated honestly and vulnerably. She is God.
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At SOMArts, the Black woman is not disrespected, and she is not neglected. She is revered, examined in glory and illustrated honestly and vulnerably. She is God.
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629 days before Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem on a late summer night last year, Mikayla Cowling pulled out her phone and opened up Twitter.
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629 days before Colin Kaepernick first took a knee during the national anthem on a late summer night last year, Mikayla Cowling pulled out her phone and opened up Twitter.
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About 75 black UC Berkeley students peacefully commandeered the Golden Bear Cafe and demonstrated outside its doors for four and a half hours Thursday.
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About 75 black UC Berkeley students peacefully commandeered the Golden Bear Cafe and demonstrated outside its doors for four and a half hours Thursday.
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