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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

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United Against Hate Week

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The third annual United Against Hate Week kicked off Monday using social media and virtual meeting platforms.
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The third annual United Against Hate Week kicked off Monday using social media and virtual meeting platforms.
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Berkeley High School students worked with the Downtown Berkeley Association to coordinate an event Thursday for United Against Hate Week, delivering speeches denouncing racism, antisemitism, sexism and other forms of discrimination in their schools and community.
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Berkeley High School students worked with the Downtown Berkeley Association to coordinate an event Thursday for United Against Hate Week, delivering speeches denouncing racism, antisemitism, sexism and other forms of discrimination in their schools and community.
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On Monday, UC Berkeley students banded together on Sproul Plaza in support of the city’s inaugural United Against Hate Week.
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On Monday, UC Berkeley students banded together on Sproul Plaza in support of the city’s inaugural United Against Hate Week.
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Berkeley will participate in United Against Hate Week from Nov. 17-23, which aims to promote unity and stop hate and implicit biases.
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Berkeley will participate in United Against Hate Week from Nov. 17-23, which aims to promote unity and stop hate and implicit biases.
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As a part of United Against Hate Week, the Offices of ASUC Senator Imran Khan and representatives of the UC Berkeley Middle Eastern Muslim Sikh and South Asian, or MEMSSA, community organized a whiteboard social media campaign on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday.
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As a part of United Against Hate Week, the Offices of ASUC Senator Imran Khan and representatives of the UC Berkeley Middle Eastern Muslim Sikh and South Asian, or MEMSSA, community organized a whiteboard social media campaign on Sproul Plaza on Wednesday.
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Not In Our Town, or NIOT, community organizer Glo Robinson said the national movement was created last year in response to the violence in Charlottesville, which generated a response in the Bay Area.
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Not In Our Town, or NIOT, community organizer Glo Robinson said the national movement was created last year in response to the violence in Charlottesville, which generated a response in the Bay Area.
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The city of Berkeley announced a community initiative to address hate crimes, urging other Bay Area cities to join it in its participation in United Against Hate Week this November.
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The city of Berkeley announced a community initiative to address hate crimes, urging other Bay Area cities to join it in its participation in United Against Hate Week this November.
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Typically, the Advocacy Agenda is the first resolution passed by a new year’s ASUC Senate, but because of this year’s bylaw edits, other resolutions were passed first.
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Typically, the Advocacy Agenda is the first resolution passed by a new year’s ASUC Senate, but because of this year’s bylaw edits, other resolutions were passed first.
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