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BERKELEY'S NEWS • SEPTEMBER 20, 2023

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Zoe Rosenberg

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Direct Action Everywhere affiliated activists facing felony and misdemeanor charges for animal rescues are still under a gag order from the judge after calls to vacate the order from the ACLU and Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky.
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Direct Action Everywhere affiliated activists facing felony and misdemeanor charges for animal rescues are still under a gag order from the judge after calls to vacate the order from the ACLU and Berkeley Law Dean Erwin Chemerinsky.
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Student animal activists groups have pioneered efforts to urge Cal Dining to drop Tyson Foods as a meat supplier, however it seems they already have, triggering confusion amongst activist groups.
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Student animal activists groups have pioneered efforts to urge Cal Dining to drop Tyson Foods as a meat supplier, however it seems they already have, triggering confusion amongst activist groups.
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Direct Action Everywhere, or DxE, began a thorough investigation of all of the suppliers Cal Dining funds after witnessing alleged animal cruelty at Seaboard Foods last year.
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Direct Action Everywhere, or DxE, began a thorough investigation of all of the suppliers Cal Dining funds after witnessing alleged animal cruelty at Seaboard Foods last year.
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Animal rights activists representing the group Direct Action Everywhere, or DxE, dyed a fountain on Sproul Plaza red Monday and called on UC Berkeley to commit to stop purchasing from meat suppliers that allegedly raise animals on factory farms.
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Animal rights activists representing the group Direct Action Everywhere, or DxE, dyed a fountain on Sproul Plaza red Monday and called on UC Berkeley to commit to stop purchasing from meat suppliers that allegedly raise animals on factory farms.
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Approximately two dozen students gathered Wednesday morning on Sproul Plaza with signs reading “Stop pandemics” and “Ban meat” in protest of alleged inhumane animal treatment at one of Cal Dining’s pork suppliers.
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Approximately two dozen students gathered Wednesday morning on Sproul Plaza with signs reading “Stop pandemics” and “Ban meat” in protest of alleged inhumane animal treatment at one of Cal Dining’s pork suppliers.
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