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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 03, 2023

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Cal in Color

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“Happy International Women’s Day” is not something you can say in Mexico, and if you do say it, all you’re going to get are weird looks and maybe even a scolding.
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“Happy International Women’s Day” is not something you can say in Mexico, and if you do say it, all you’re going to get are weird looks and maybe even a scolding.
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I come from a family where no one has ever questioned their Catholic beliefs; they’ve accepted them with a sense of belonging and familiarity.
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I come from a family where no one has ever questioned their Catholic beliefs; they’ve accepted them with a sense of belonging and familiarity.
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Trying out Mexican food turned out to be a counterproductive activity. It made me miss food from home even more. It also reminded me of my family and its cooking, which is the closest thing I have to a religious faith.
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Trying out Mexican food turned out to be a counterproductive activity. It made me miss food from home even more. It also reminded me of my family and its cooking, which is the closest thing I have to a religious faith.
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Since arriving in the United States, I’ve stumbled upon the concept of racial identity. In Mexico, we don’t talk about race.
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Since arriving in the United States, I’ve stumbled upon the concept of racial identity. In Mexico, we don’t talk about race.
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As “Deen,” I no longer had to be the ambassador for my name’s origin. I could just be an “American,” freed from the shackles of my name’s uniqueness in this country.
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As “Deen,” I no longer had to be the ambassador for my name’s origin. I could just be an “American,” freed from the shackles of my name’s uniqueness in this country.
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He simply needed to hear the reasons why what he believed in was wrong, and my initial attempt at doing that wasn’t empathetic or conducive enough.
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He simply needed to hear the reasons why what he believed in was wrong, and my initial attempt at doing that wasn’t empathetic or conducive enough.
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She unwittingly reduced me and other black and brown boys to quotas on her diversity dashboard (or headboard, for that matter).
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She unwittingly reduced me and other black and brown boys to quotas on her diversity dashboard (or headboard, for that matter).
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Sociocultural ideologies have affected my understanding and approach to not just my sexuality, but to women in general.
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Sociocultural ideologies have affected my understanding and approach to not just my sexuality, but to women in general.
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I received this lofty treatment merely because, as an American, my relatives subconsciously associated me with capital and with power — or, more specifically, with access to it.
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I received this lofty treatment merely because, as an American, my relatives subconsciously associated me with capital and with power — or, more specifically, with access to it.
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 I was somewhat aware of my erratic pursuits of dopamine and novel stimuli, but the problem was that there wasn’t a language in my culture to identify and to describe these issues, and certainly not in a healthy, constructive way.
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 I was somewhat aware of my erratic pursuits of dopamine and novel stimuli, but the problem was that there wasn’t a language in my culture to identify and to describe these issues, and certainly not in a healthy, constructive way.
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