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After a lengthy bargaining process, postdoctoral scholars in the UC system reflected on their efforts and the improvements made in their official contract.
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After a lengthy bargaining process, postdoctoral scholars in the UC system reflected on their efforts and the improvements made in their official contract.
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The United States Department of Justice, or DOJ, filed a proposed consent decree in federal court, resolving allegations that UC Berkeley is in violation of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA.
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The United States Department of Justice, or DOJ, filed a proposed consent decree in federal court, resolving allegations that UC Berkeley is in violation of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, or ADA.
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The UC UAW Disability Justice Committee has demanded the University of California create a safe and healthy workplace as they negotiate on disability articles for academic workers.
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The UC UAW Disability Justice Committee has demanded the University of California create a safe and healthy workplace as they negotiate on disability articles for academic workers.
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I could handle feeling angry with the decision — I could even handle feeling betrayed. What I wasn’t ready for was feeling utterly helpless when reading rights I thought I had.
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I could handle feeling angry with the decision — I could even handle feeling betrayed. What I wasn’t ready for was feeling utterly helpless when reading rights I thought I had.
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The California Department of Transportation, or Caltrans, is permitted to clear houseless encampments beside Interstate 80 near Berkeley without having to provide alternate housing, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided Wednesday.
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The California Department of Transportation, or Caltrans, is permitted to clear houseless encampments beside Interstate 80 near Berkeley without having to provide alternate housing, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals decided Wednesday.
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Amid the flurry of hellos exchanged by students and instructors is a general misconception about disability, according to campus graduate student Rosa Enriquez.
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Amid the flurry of hellos exchanged by students and instructors is a general misconception about disability, according to campus graduate student Rosa Enriquez.
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Amid national labor market disruptions and employee departures, DSP is experiencing a shortage of specialist staff resulting in accommodation delays for students.
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Amid national labor market disruptions and employee departures, DSP is experiencing a shortage of specialist staff resulting in accommodation delays for students.
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With the resurgence of in-person instruction, many students with disabilities are feeling COVID-19’s presence encroaching on their lives.
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With the resurgence of in-person instruction, many students with disabilities are feeling COVID-19’s presence encroaching on their lives.
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UC Berkeley is known as the home of the disability rights movement due to a rich history of student activism and advocacy.
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UC Berkeley is known as the home of the disability rights movement due to a rich history of student activism and advocacy.
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We don’t take no for an answer. Our group comes from an incredible line of folks who have paved the way to get us what we have now, and we plan to spend this year “passing the torch” to disability advocates to come. 
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We don’t take no for an answer. Our group comes from an incredible line of folks who have paved the way to get us what we have now, and we plan to spend this year “passing the torch” to disability advocates to come. 
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