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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 27, 2023

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All eyes turned to New York May 14, when 10 people were killed and three injured at a supermarket in Buffalo, a massacre some alleged to be racially motivated with 11 out of 13 victims being Black.
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All eyes turned to New York May 14, when 10 people were killed and three injured at a supermarket in Buffalo, a massacre some alleged to be racially motivated with 11 out of 13 victims being Black.
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Five robberies occurred in and around UC Berkeley within a span of 24 hours between Nov. 4 and 5, reflecting an increase in thefts and break-ins. 
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Five robberies occurred in and around UC Berkeley within a span of 24 hours between Nov. 4 and 5, reflecting an increase in thefts and break-ins. 
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The Kentucky grand jury’s Wednesday decision against indicting police officers for the shooting of Breonna Taylor highlights issues surrounding police accountability, some UC Berkeley professors said.
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The Kentucky grand jury’s Wednesday decision against indicting police officers for the shooting of Breonna Taylor highlights issues surrounding police accountability, some UC Berkeley professors said.
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As movements to defund and abolish police have become more prominent in national discussions, several UC Berkeley experts said they want to see changes in the criminal justice system.
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As movements to defund and abolish police have become more prominent in national discussions, several UC Berkeley experts said they want to see changes in the criminal justice system.
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An examination of the Berkeley Police Department’s stop data reveals significant disparities between stops involving white and Black individuals.
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An examination of the Berkeley Police Department’s stop data reveals significant disparities between stops involving white and Black individuals.
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UC Berkeley and Stanford University researchers found that algorithms predict recidivism better than humans do, which can allow for better allocation of resources to prevent reincarceration. 
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UC Berkeley and Stanford University researchers found that algorithms predict recidivism better than humans do, which can allow for better allocation of resources to prevent reincarceration. 
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The UC Office of the President released a statement Monday in response to the new travel restrictions signed into law by President Donald Trump’s executive order.
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The UC Office of the President released a statement Monday in response to the new travel restrictions signed into law by President Donald Trump’s executive order.
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A study published by the Center for Policing Equity on Friday found that racial differences are often linked to the use of force by police.
A study published by the Center for Policing Equity on Friday found that racial differences are often linked to the use of force by police.
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