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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 17, 2023

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Following a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announcement that international students will be required to take in-person classes to stay in the country, United Auto Workers Local 2865 is fighting back.
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Following a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announcement that international students will be required to take in-person classes to stay in the country, United Auto Workers Local 2865 is fighting back.
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Today, we must stand with them to reject the Trump administration’s decision and instead advocate for immigration policies rooted in evidence.
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Today, we must stand with them to reject the Trump administration’s decision and instead advocate for immigration policies rooted in evidence.
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The UC system announced Wednesday that it will sue the federal government for allegedly violating the rights of the university and its students.
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The UC system announced Wednesday that it will sue the federal government for allegedly violating the rights of the university and its students.
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Five hundred Jewish people and allies marched to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office in San Francisco on Friday morning to protest what many are calling concentration camps at the United States-Mexico border, which currently hold undocumented immigrants in allegedly terrible conditions.
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Five hundred Jewish people and allies marched to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s office in San Francisco on Friday morning to protest what many are calling concentration camps at the United States-Mexico border, which currently hold undocumented immigrants in allegedly terrible conditions.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Stephanie Gutierrez has been an advocate for marginalized communities since high school, and if elected ASUC president, she hopes to use her own experience in activism to inspire action in the campus community.
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UC Berkeley sophomore Stephanie Gutierrez has been an advocate for marginalized communities since high school, and if elected ASUC president, she hopes to use her own experience in activism to inspire action in the campus community.
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Two initiatives will be up for a vote at the next Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday — one that seeks to provide protections for immigrants and another that denounces white supremacy.
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Two initiatives will be up for a vote at the next Berkeley City Council meeting Tuesday — one that seeks to provide protections for immigrants and another that denounces white supremacy.
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When Veronica Aguilar’s life was threatened in El Salvador, she left the country she loved with $100 in her pocket to seek asylum in the U.S. Now in California, she awaits the arrival of her 15-year-old son, who is in Tijuana with the migrant caravan hoping to find refuge.
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When Veronica Aguilar’s life was threatened in El Salvador, she left the country she loved with $100 in her pocket to seek asylum in the U.S. Now in California, she awaits the arrival of her 15-year-old son, who is in Tijuana with the migrant caravan hoping to find refuge.
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BNP Paribas — the parent company of UC Berkeley’s official bank, Bank of the West — owns more than $1 million in shares from two private prison companies that are contracted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, to operate immigration detention facilities.
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BNP Paribas — the parent company of UC Berkeley’s official bank, Bank of the West — owns more than $1 million in shares from two private prison companies that are contracted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, to operate immigration detention facilities.
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About a dozen protestors acted out an imitation of an ICE detainment facility, with actors playing children in small cages and “officers” supervising them with the phrase “AccomplICE” written on their uniforms.
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About a dozen protestors acted out an imitation of an ICE detainment facility, with actors playing children in small cages and “officers” supervising them with the phrase “AccomplICE” written on their uniforms.
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Fassett requested records on topics including UCPD’s requests for excess military equipment from federal agencies, the department's participation in Urban Shield, and any possible cooperation between the department and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, according to court documents filed with the Alameda County Superior Court.
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Fassett requested records on topics including UCPD’s requests for excess military equipment from federal agencies, the department's participation in Urban Shield, and any possible cooperation between the department and Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, according to court documents filed with the Alameda County Superior Court.
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