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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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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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In the weeks after Marvel’s “Black Panther” exploded into box offices across the United States, essays drawing the inevitable connection between the movie and movement of the same name started to appear online.
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In the weeks after Marvel’s “Black Panther” exploded into box offices across the United States, essays drawing the inevitable connection between the movie and movement of the same name started to appear online.
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“The goal of the minor is to fill in gaps that are missing in the curriculum offered on campus for people of color.”
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“The goal of the minor is to fill in gaps that are missing in the curriculum offered on campus for people of color.”
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The African American studies department held a two-day event, entitled the Black Currents Symposium, in honor of the 20th anniversary of the campus doctoral program in African diaspora studies last week.
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The African American studies department held a two-day event, entitled the Black Currents Symposium, in honor of the 20th anniversary of the campus doctoral program in African diaspora studies last week.
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After announcing a $98,000 grant to UC Berkeley for research on the Black Panther Party, the National Parks Service has since decided not to fund the project amid backlash.
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After announcing a $98,000 grant to UC Berkeley for research on the Black Panther Party, the National Parks Service has since decided not to fund the project amid backlash.
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More than 100 community members gathered on Sproul Plaza under the midday sun Wednesday to listen to campus professors and organizers speak as part of a day of solidarity with the Black community.
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More than 100 community members gathered on Sproul Plaza under the midday sun Wednesday to listen to campus professors and organizers speak as part of a day of solidarity with the Black community.
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Glaunsinger is one of many female professors at UC Berkeley who is also a mother. These women navigate everyday responsibilities such as breast-feeding, pregnancy and child-rearing — responsibilities that academia does not easily accommodate.
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Glaunsinger is one of many female professors at UC Berkeley who is also a mother. These women navigate everyday responsibilities such as breast-feeding, pregnancy and child-rearing — responsibilities that academia does not easily accommodate.
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After a rigorous selection process, the campus has named five UC Berkeley faculty members as recipients of the 2013 Distinguished Teaching Award.
After a rigorous selection process, the campus has named five UC Berkeley faculty members as recipients of the 2013 Distinguished Teaching Award.