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BERKELEY'S NEWS • JANUARY 29, 2023

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‘Street Spirit’ newspaper spotlights houseless voices, provides income for vendors

In its 27th year of production, Street Spirit continues to stand out as a far-from-ordinary source of news and advocacy in the East Bay. The paper is written entirely by and for unhoused people and their advocates, allowing those affected by poverty and houselessness to report on issues important to them.

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This month marks the one-year anniversary of the Miyawaki forest project in Berkeley Unified School District aimed at combating climate change. 
This month marks the one-year anniversary of the Miyawaki forest project in Berkeley Unified School District aimed at combating climate change. 
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A vigil was held Tuesday for William Evans, who was killed by a truck driver while crossing Bancroft Way at Shattuck Avenue in his wheelchair.  
A vigil was held Tuesday for William Evans, who was killed by a truck driver while crossing Bancroft Way at Shattuck Avenue in his wheelchair.  
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Years after a 2016 fire burned down its Pilgrim Hall, the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, or FCCB, announced that the building’s reconstruction would begin on Oct. 30.
Years after a 2016 fire burned down its Pilgrim Hall, the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, or FCCB, announced that the building’s reconstruction would begin on Oct. 30.
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In its 27th year of production, Street Spirit continues to stand out as a far-from-ordinary source of news and advocacy in the East Bay. The paper is written entirely by and for unhoused people and their advocates, allowing those affected by poverty and houselessness to report on issues important to them.
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In its 27th year of production, Street Spirit continues to stand out as a far-from-ordinary source of news and advocacy in the East Bay. The paper is written entirely by and for unhoused people and their advocates, allowing those affected by poverty and houselessness to report on issues important to them.
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This month marks the one-year anniversary of the Miyawaki forest project in Berkeley Unified School District aimed at combating climate change. 
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This month marks the one-year anniversary of the Miyawaki forest project in Berkeley Unified School District aimed at combating climate change. 
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A vigil was held Tuesday for William Evans, who was killed by a truck driver while crossing Bancroft Way at Shattuck Avenue in his wheelchair.  
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A vigil was held Tuesday for William Evans, who was killed by a truck driver while crossing Bancroft Way at Shattuck Avenue in his wheelchair.  
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Years after a 2016 fire burned down its Pilgrim Hall, the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, or FCCB, announced that the building’s reconstruction would begin on Oct. 30.
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Years after a 2016 fire burned down its Pilgrim Hall, the First Congregational Church of Berkeley, or FCCB, announced that the building’s reconstruction would begin on Oct. 30.
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Registered nurses at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Oakland and Berkeley will go on strike from Oct. 24 to Oct. 28 because of “persistent patient care issues."
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Registered nurses at Alta Bates Summit Medical Center in Oakland and Berkeley will go on strike from Oct. 24 to Oct. 28 because of “persistent patient care issues."
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La Peña Cultural Center continues to serve as a multicultural hub for diasporic communities to uplift artists and promote social justice.
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La Peña Cultural Center continues to serve as a multicultural hub for diasporic communities to uplift artists and promote social justice.
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Berkeley, a city that is no stranger to community organizing, is home to a diverse array of unions representing everyone from tenants and student researchers to campus librarians and lecturers.
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Berkeley, a city that is no stranger to community organizing, is home to a diverse array of unions representing everyone from tenants and student researchers to campus librarians and lecturers.
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Organizers and demonstrators with Berkeley Copwatch and the Defend People’s Park Movement gathered Wednesday for a rally, march and barbeque at People’s Park to protest UC development on the land. 
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Organizers and demonstrators with Berkeley Copwatch and the Defend People’s Park Movement gathered Wednesday for a rally, march and barbeque at People’s Park to protest UC development on the land. 
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Situated in the Bay Area — a place renowned for its vibrant LGBTQ+ community — UC Berkeley is home to a significant LGBTQ+ presence of its own.
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Situated in the Bay Area — a place renowned for its vibrant LGBTQ+ community — UC Berkeley is home to a significant LGBTQ+ presence of its own.
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All eyes turned to New York May 14, when 10 people were killed and three injured at a supermarket in Buffalo, a massacre some alleged to be racially motivated with 11 out of 13 victims being Black.
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All eyes turned to New York May 14, when 10 people were killed and three injured at a supermarket in Buffalo, a massacre some alleged to be racially motivated with 11 out of 13 victims being Black.
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