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BERKELEY'S NEWS • FEBRUARY 02, 2023

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What do buttons, jumpsuits and flyers have in common? At San Francisco’s Letterform Archive, the answer is plain and simple: protest.
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What do buttons, jumpsuits and flyers have in common? At San Francisco’s Letterform Archive, the answer is plain and simple: protest.
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Ericka Huggins, Judy Juanita and Madalynn Rucker, prominent women of Oakland’s Black Panther Party chapter, visited UC Berkeley for the book Comrade Sisters: Women of the Black Panther Party.
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Ericka Huggins, Judy Juanita and Madalynn Rucker, prominent women of Oakland’s Black Panther Party chapter, visited UC Berkeley for the book Comrade Sisters: Women of the Black Panther Party.
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The exhibit reconstructs Davis’ legacy through the lenses of race, gender, economics and policy with works from the Oakland-based Lisbet Tellefsen collection.
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The exhibit reconstructs Davis’ legacy through the lenses of race, gender, economics and policy with works from the Oakland-based Lisbet Tellefsen collection.
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On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
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On display at the De Young Museum in San Francisco until Nov. 27, “Faith Ringgold: American People” walks viewers through Ringgold’s artistic evolution.
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California’s State Historical Resources Commission voted to recommend People’s Park be listed on the National Register of Historical Places on Friday.
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California’s State Historical Resources Commission voted to recommend People’s Park be listed on the National Register of Historical Places on Friday.
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Leon Litwack, historian emeritus at UC Berkeley, became a cult figure on campus by bringing his leftist intellectual fire to American history.
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Leon Litwack, historian emeritus at UC Berkeley, became a cult figure on campus by bringing his leftist intellectual fire to American history.
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On Thursday, the Berkeley Forum hosted Marianne Williamson, 2020 presidential candidate and bestselling author, to discuss the state of American politics, from corporate influence in government to forms of resistance.
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On Thursday, the Berkeley Forum hosted Marianne Williamson, 2020 presidential candidate and bestselling author, to discuss the state of American politics, from corporate influence in government to forms of resistance.
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The color blue filling in Georgia’s territory on the election maps indicated a revolution for equality, justice and community.
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The color blue filling in Georgia’s territory on the election maps indicated a revolution for equality, justice and community.
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With the November elections just around the corner, the spirit of revolution is in the air. If you’re looking for songs to rock out to while you help create change, look no further.
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With the November elections just around the corner, the spirit of revolution is in the air. If you’re looking for songs to rock out to while you help create change, look no further.
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The new docuseries “Equal” seeks to be a fresh insight into the earliest stages of Queer visibility — years before the Stonewall riots even began.
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The new docuseries “Equal” seeks to be a fresh insight into the earliest stages of Queer visibility — years before the Stonewall riots even began.
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