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PROTESTERS outside the Trump tower in New York
By Sonam Kotadia Despite some recent progress, most mainstream civic engagement and political outreach efforts continue to marginalize young voters...
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Charlene Carruthers, an activist and organizer; Charles Henry, professor emeritus of African American Studies at Berkeley; and Waldo Martin, professor of American history and citizenship at Berkeley, spoke in the final panel, “Power and Resistance.”
Last Friday, UC Berkeley initiated a year-long initiative commemorating the 400th anniversary of the forced arrival of enslaved Africans in...
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map of Oakland illustrates that 67 percent of all residential land is zoned for single-family homes, and prohibits denser housing options. And 27 percent of all land in Oakland is zoned strictly for single family homes.
By Stephen Menendian & Samir Gambhir In mid-June, the New York Times published ten zoning maps of major American cities...
File photo shows the outside of the Supreme Court
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 27, 2019 BERKELEY, CA: A coalition of policy and civil rights organizations extend cautious praise for...
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Image shows flier for he social inclusion fellowship
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 10, 2019 BERKELEY, CA: The Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at UC Berkeley...
Press Release
Dr. Mahasin Mujahid speaking on a panel at the Kerner Commission Conference in Berkeley
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 7, 2019 BERKELEY, CA: A UC Berkeley public health scholar and Haas Institute faculty member is...
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an image shows the cover of the 1968 kerner report, with a paragraph of pullout text in red next to it.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 29, 2019 BERKELEY, CA: Despite the warnings of a special Presidential Commission more than 50 years...
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An image grab from an interactive map shows an overview of the segregation levels in the bay area
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 28, 2019 BERKELEY, CA: The San Francisco Bay Area is more segregated today than it was...
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Illustration shows 15 caricatures, mostly able bodied, with one in a wheelchair, and of different races, pictured side by side
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Wednesday, May 8, 2019 Targeted universalism jettisons a one-size-fits-all policy formula in favor of an approach that...
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Director john a. powell participated in a panel on race, which included Congresswoman Barbara Lee and other experts at the...
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Chris Edley (left) introduces Rucker Johnson
Rucker Johnson, Associate Professor of Public Policy, and a member of the Haas Institute's Educational Policy and Economic Disparities research...
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Director john a. powell giving a speech at Othering and Belonging 2019
Haas Institute director john a. powell gives a keynote talk on how a belonging paradigm can reshape our world for...
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