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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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#MeToo 2018

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Editors' note: #MeToo issue

Misconduct, once often hidden behind closed doors and sealed lips, is now coming to public light like never before. But still, abuse and discrimination can infiltrate every level of the UC system. Today’s regular issue explores the #MeToo movement in all its facets and examines how sexual misconduct can touch every aspect of the Berkeley community.

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What #MeToo has done is open the conversation. It has provided all of those who are at risk of being abused or those who have already faced abuse with an army of allies — a legion of tenacious and resilient survivors who together are unraveling and reweaving the fabric of our society.
What #MeToo has done is open the conversation. It has provided all of those who are at risk of being abused or those who have already faced abuse with an army of allies — a legion of tenacious and resilient survivors who together are unraveling and reweaving the fabric of our society.
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At a time when sexual misconduct is in the national spotlight, it is critical that UC Berkeley makes considerations specific to graduate students when addressing these issues.
At a time when sexual misconduct is in the national spotlight, it is critical that UC Berkeley makes considerations specific to graduate students when addressing these issues.
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When everything seems to be out of control and an entire mess, sometimes one of the most important things we can do is take a step back and decompress.
When everything seems to be out of control and an entire mess, sometimes one of the most important things we can do is take a step back and decompress.
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Misconduct, once often hidden behind closed doors and sealed lips, is now coming to public light like never before. But still, abuse and discrimination can infiltrate every level of the UC system. Today’s regular issue explores the #MeToo movement in all its facets and examines how sexual misconduct can touch every aspect of the Berkeley community.
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Misconduct, once often hidden behind closed doors and sealed lips, is now coming to public light like never before. But still, abuse and discrimination can infiltrate every level of the UC system. Today’s regular issue explores the #MeToo movement in all its facets and examines how sexual misconduct can touch every aspect of the Berkeley community.
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What #MeToo has done is open the conversation. It has provided all of those who are at risk of being abused or those who have already faced abuse with an army of allies — a legion of tenacious and resilient survivors who together are unraveling and reweaving the fabric of our society.
featured article
What #MeToo has done is open the conversation. It has provided all of those who are at risk of being abused or those who have already faced abuse with an army of allies — a legion of tenacious and resilient survivors who together are unraveling and reweaving the fabric of our society.
featured article
At a time when sexual misconduct is in the national spotlight, it is critical that UC Berkeley makes considerations specific to graduate students when addressing these issues.
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At a time when sexual misconduct is in the national spotlight, it is critical that UC Berkeley makes considerations specific to graduate students when addressing these issues.
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When everything seems to be out of control and an entire mess, sometimes one of the most important things we can do is take a step back and decompress.
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When everything seems to be out of control and an entire mess, sometimes one of the most important things we can do is take a step back and decompress.
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The narrative of this year’s nominations has shifted towards a reflection of the Academy’s gradual emphasis on the necessity of progress in Hollywood.
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The narrative of this year’s nominations has shifted towards a reflection of the Academy’s gradual emphasis on the necessity of progress in Hollywood.
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There are some sexual harassment support resources that are specific to LGBTQ+ community at UC Berkeley. The problem is, according to ASUC Senator Juniperangelica Cordova, that there are so few of these resources and that they lack visibility because of the erasure of queer and trans experiences.
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There are some sexual harassment support resources that are specific to LGBTQ+ community at UC Berkeley. The problem is, according to ASUC Senator Juniperangelica Cordova, that there are so few of these resources and that they lack visibility because of the erasure of queer and trans experiences.
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A year ago, an anonymous graduate student instructor, or GSI, found himself uncomfortable when his undergraduate student asked for a hug, stating that the GSI was “more of a classmate” than an instructor.
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A year ago, an anonymous graduate student instructor, or GSI, found himself uncomfortable when his undergraduate student asked for a hug, stating that the GSI was “more of a classmate” than an instructor.
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Our goal should be to continue working to change the culture so that sexual harassment and sexual violence are broadly unacceptable and don’t occur.
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Our goal should be to continue working to change the culture so that sexual harassment and sexual violence are broadly unacceptable and don’t occur.
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Reports of rape in Berkeley increased by 44 percent between 2016 and 2017, from 27 to 39 cases, according to preliminary data released by the FBI.
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Reports of rape in Berkeley increased by 44 percent between 2016 and 2017, from 27 to 39 cases, according to preliminary data released by the FBI.
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At that point, I was already emotionally and physically exhausted from months of OPHD-enforced isolation and multiple hours of testimonies. The worst part for me was that OPHD forbade me to talk with anyone.
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At that point, I was already emotionally and physically exhausted from months of OPHD-enforced isolation and multiple hours of testimonies. The worst part for me was that OPHD forbade me to talk with anyone.
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