Spike Lee’s ‘Da 5 Bloods’ offers prescient, if problematic, examination of Vietnam War’s legacy

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DA 5 BLOODS (L to R) ISIAH WHITLOCK JR. as MELVIN, NORM LEWIS as EDDIE, CLARKE PETERS as OTIS, DELROY LINDO as PAUL, JONATHAN MAJORS as DAVID in DA 5 BLOODS. Cr. DAVID LEE/NETFLIX © 2020

“Da 5 Bloods” is steeped in the political and social atmosphere of 1968 America, a year of righteous protests that many have compared to the current calls for racial equity and justice.
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Former ASUC student leaders: Where are they now?

Some former ASUC members have become politicians, including state Sen. Nancy Skinner, D-Berkeley, who served as the academic affairs vice president and a leader in the anti-apartheid movement on campus during her time as a UC Berkeley student.
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An open letter to my future employer

I won’t tell you the same things you’ve probably heard a hundred times from potential candidates. Saying “I’m a hardworking people-person who is a fast learner with an acute attention to detail” might be a bit cliché.
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