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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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Black History Month 2021

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Black History Month 2021 Impact Issue: Editor's Note

The Daily Cal strives to document the rich history and contributions of Black community members in Berkeley, and we hope that readers will continue to celebrate Black lives as Black History Month continues.

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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, have several virtual events planned to celebrate Black History Month, allowing community members to educate themselves on Black history.
The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, have several virtual events planned to celebrate Black History Month, allowing community members to educate themselves on Black history.
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Nearly a year after the country first shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, owners of three Black businesses in Berkeley reflected on how they have been impacted.
Nearly a year after the country first shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, owners of three Black businesses in Berkeley reflected on how they have been impacted.
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Longtime activist and Berkeley resident Edythe Boone works with these communities and voices their concerns by creating murals.
Longtime activist and Berkeley resident Edythe Boone works with these communities and voices their concerns by creating murals.
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The Daily Cal strives to document the rich history and contributions of Black community members in Berkeley, and we hope that readers will continue to celebrate Black lives as Black History Month continues.
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The Daily Cal strives to document the rich history and contributions of Black community members in Berkeley, and we hope that readers will continue to celebrate Black lives as Black History Month continues.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, have several virtual events planned to celebrate Black History Month, allowing community members to educate themselves on Black history.
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The city of Berkeley, UC Berkeley and Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, have several virtual events planned to celebrate Black History Month, allowing community members to educate themselves on Black history.
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Nearly a year after the country first shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, owners of three Black businesses in Berkeley reflected on how they have been impacted.
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Nearly a year after the country first shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, owners of three Black businesses in Berkeley reflected on how they have been impacted.
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Longtime activist and Berkeley resident Edythe Boone works with these communities and voices their concerns by creating murals.
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Longtime activist and Berkeley resident Edythe Boone works with these communities and voices their concerns by creating murals.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Black students in Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, continue to be among the most impacted members of the school community.
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As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, Black students in Berkeley Unified School District, or BUSD, continue to be among the most impacted members of the school community.
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Before he was passionate about singing, however, Ellis played many different roles in his life: track star, scholar, professor, artist and mover and shaker, acting as UC Berkeley’s vice chancellor of undergraduate affairs from 1989 to 1995.
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Before he was passionate about singing, however, Ellis played many different roles in his life: track star, scholar, professor, artist and mover and shaker, acting as UC Berkeley’s vice chancellor of undergraduate affairs from 1989 to 1995.
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Despite budget cuts faced by UC Berkeley, the African American Initiative, or AAI, hopes to continue its efforts to increase Black recruitment and retention rates, bolster support systems and cultivate a better campus climate.
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Despite budget cuts faced by UC Berkeley, the African American Initiative, or AAI, hopes to continue its efforts to increase Black recruitment and retention rates, bolster support systems and cultivate a better campus climate.
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In response to the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, among many others, Berkeley residents from every walk of life took action.
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In response to the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna Taylor, among many others, Berkeley residents from every walk of life took action.
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As I struggled to get accustomed to the workload and pace of my classes while fighting the continued feeling that I didn’t belong, it was the UC Berkeley Black community that gave me the support I needed to continue to strive.
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As I struggled to get accustomed to the workload and pace of my classes while fighting the continued feeling that I didn’t belong, it was the UC Berkeley Black community that gave me the support I needed to continue to strive.
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Teaching Black children how to champion for their rights, their lives, their breath, their humanity is one of the most vital abilities that’s demanded of them to survive and even thrive in their lives.
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Teaching Black children how to champion for their rights, their lives, their breath, their humanity is one of the most vital abilities that’s demanded of them to survive and even thrive in their lives.
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