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Occupation BEGINS of UC-Berkeley’s admissions office to double underrepresented minority enrollment

Occupation BEGINS of UC-Berkeley’s admissions office to double underrepresented minority enrollment

Thirty people, including black, Latina/o and other underrepresented minority students who were rejected admission to UC-Berkeley and UCLA, began occupying UC-Berkeley’s undergraduate admissions office (in Sproul Hall) at 3:30pm today (Friday, May 11). They are committed to staying until there is a concrete change in UC-Berkeley’s admissions policy now, which admits dramatically low numbers of [...]

May 11, 2012 Ronald Cruz Affirmative Action, Featured, Immigrants Rights, Occupy Movement, Public Education 2

BAMN occupies UC-Berkeley office to double underrepresented minority enrollment

BAMN occupies UC-Berkeley office to double underrepresented minority enrollment

College students, high school students, and other members of BAMN and UC-Berkeley’s student-government slate, Defend Affirmative Action Party (DAAP) occupied the campus Registrar’s Office April 6 demanding that UCB (1) double underrepresented minority student enrollment and (2) drop the criminal charges against campus protesters. Occupiers met with campus administrators and presented thousands of petitions in [...]

April 9, 2012 Ronald Cruz Affirmative Action, Occupy Movement Comments Off on BAMN occupies UC-Berkeley office to double underrepresented minority enrollment

The Relevance of the Term"Privileged"

The Relevance of the Term"Privileged"

Our Rights and Responsibilities at Elite Campuses Like UC Berkeley and UCLA The Relevance of the Term “Privileged” to the Conditions of Latina/o, Black, Native American, Undocumented, Other Under-Represented Minority Students and All Poor and Working-Class Students, and Our Rights and Responsibilities at Elite Campuses Like UC Berkeley and UCLAWe want to make a contribution [...]

February 2, 2010 admin Affirmative Action, Public Education Comments Off on The Relevance of the Term"Privileged"