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January 29, 2018

The Daily Californian

Recent false Immigration and Customs Enforcement, or ICE, raid warnings and sightings — perpetuated and disseminated through social media — have resulted in instances of panic and fear in Berkeley and other communities across the East Bay.

Posts have surfaced across social media to warn individuals of border patrol vehicles, uniformed ICE officers and even ICE checkpoints and raids. They are shared and spread before the information can be confirmed — and while these posts might be based on actual observations, they are often unsubstantiated.

January 24, 2018

If you are stopped by an immigration enforcement officer:

January 22, 2018

Berkeley News

The Center for Independent Living will recognize UC Berkeley architecture and city planning professor Raymond Lifchez tomorrow (Jan. 23) with the second annual Ed Roberts Award, which recognizes and honors individual contributions to the success of CIL and the independent living/disability rights movement.

January 21, 2018

Undocumented Students Program

After spending more than two weeks in DHS custody, Luis Mora Villota, the third-year Cal student who had been detained at Otay Mesa Detention Center, was released yesterday on a minimal bond by an Immigration Judge with the Department of Justice.

January 20, 2018

Public Affairs, UC Berkeley

Dear campus community,

We write to you today deeply concerned about recent reports of raids being planned by the Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency to arrest undocumented individuals in Northern California. We know that this is causing a great deal of anxiety among people in our campus community who may be affected by these actions.

We will always stand in unwavering support for all of our students and colleagues, regardless of immigration status, and will work on several fronts to support them.

January 17, 2018

CBS SF Bay Area

BERKELEY (KPIX 5) – UC Berkeley wants to hear from students and staff about sexual harassment.

A new UC Berkeley survey aims to make the voices of students, faculty and its staff heard.

A new website and video has been launched encouraging everyone to take the confidential multiple choice survey.

The survey will go out to all 56,000 people on campus on Monday.

“The results will be made available to the public,” said Sharon Inkelas, a UC Berkeley professor and a faculty advisor to the chancellor on sexual violence and sexual harassment.