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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 18, 2023

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Campus hosted an hour-long live discussion Sept. 12 with campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof and UCPD Chief of Police Yogananda Pittman, who spoke about UCPD and took questions from live attendees.
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Campus hosted an hour-long live discussion Sept. 12 with campus spokesperson Dan Mogulof and UCPD Chief of Police Yogananda Pittman, who spoke about UCPD and took questions from live attendees.
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Conversations around police brutality and its impact on marginalized communities have been occurring in Berkeley for a while, but the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis in 2020 sparked more conversation regarding police brutality and its impact on marginalized communities.
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Conversations around police brutality and its impact on marginalized communities have been occurring in Berkeley for a while, but the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis in 2020 sparked more conversation regarding police brutality and its impact on marginalized communities.
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24 Black high schoolers from around the Bay Area were individually awarded $8,000 in scholarships Saturday after the completion of a financial and investment literacy program, according to a joint press release from Pacific Gas and Electric, or PG&E, and UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.
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24 Black high schoolers from around the Bay Area were individually awarded $8,000 in scholarships Saturday after the completion of a financial and investment literacy program, according to a joint press release from Pacific Gas and Electric, or PG&E, and UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business.
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After years of community advocacy, the city of Berkeley plans to launch a mental health crisis response team that is independent from law enforcement this summer.
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After years of community advocacy, the city of Berkeley plans to launch a mental health crisis response team that is independent from law enforcement this summer.
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Ten large-enrollment courses at UC Berkeley have changed their approach to incorporate more inclusive and anti-racist curriculum and teaching strategies.
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Ten large-enrollment courses at UC Berkeley have changed their approach to incorporate more inclusive and anti-racist curriculum and teaching strategies.
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On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, sparking worldwide protests against police brutality and racism.
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On May 25, 2020, George Floyd was murdered by former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin, sparking worldwide protests against police brutality and racism.
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After two decades of service, UCPD Chief Margo Bennett will trade in her uniform for retirement in June 2022.
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After two decades of service, UCPD Chief Margo Bennett will trade in her uniform for retirement in June 2022.
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Athletes have taken off their uniforms and joined the world in the revolution for change in society, marching side by side with their fans.
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Athletes have taken off their uniforms and joined the world in the revolution for change in society, marching side by side with their fans.
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UC Berkeley School of Public Health collaborated with other universities to publish a new study highlighting the brief but significant drop in online anti-Black sentiment following the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery in 2020. 
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UC Berkeley School of Public Health collaborated with other universities to publish a new study highlighting the brief but significant drop in online anti-Black sentiment following the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery in 2020. 
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In June 2011, then Berkeley City Councilmember Jesse Arreguín was involved in the passage of the city’s budget for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. At the time, 54% of the budget was dedicated to public safety, with the Berkeley Police Department receiving roughly $55 million.
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In June 2011, then Berkeley City Councilmember Jesse Arreguín was involved in the passage of the city’s budget for fiscal years 2012 and 2013. At the time, 54% of the budget was dedicated to public safety, with the Berkeley Police Department receiving roughly $55 million.
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