ASUC Elections Spotlight: Amir Wright

By Jackie Bueno This year, the Restorative Justice blog is highlighting candidates from both Student Action and CalSERVE, to find out what their platforms are and why they’re running for ASUC Executive positions and ASUC Senate. This week, we’re highlighting Amir Wright, a sophomore at Cal. Amir is running for Senator with CalSERVE. The RJ […]

ASUC Elections Spotlight: Idalys Pérez

By Jackie Bueno This year, the Restorative Justice blog is highlighting candidates from both Student Action and CalSERVE, to find out what their platforms are and why they’re running for ASUC Executive positions and ASUC Senate. This week, we’re highlighting Idalys Pérez, a sophomore at Cal. Idalys is running for Senator with CalSERVE, Cal Students […]

Restorative Justice, Not Guns In K-12

By Simone Bradley In a shocking turn of events, the Trump administration has found a way to blame the Obama administration for the recent massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School. Remember in 2013 when Obama sought to decrease the number of unwarranted suspensions and expulsions of minority students? Well, according to Marco Rubio, Florida republican […]

Humans of RJ: Jackie Bueno

This week, we’re highlighting one of our Student Leaders and Lead Blogger for the Restorative Justice Center’s blog, Jackie Bueno. Jackie is a senior at UC Berkeley studying Sociology graduating in August 2018. She started working for the RJ Center in September 2017. Since then, Jackie has led Restorative Justice Circles in Greek life and […]

ASUC Elections Spotlight: Alex Wilfert

By Jackie Bueno  This year, the Restorative Justice blog is highlighting candidates from both Student Action and CalSERVE, to find out what their platforms are and why they’re running for ASUC Executive positions and ASUC Senate. This week, we’re featuring Alex Wilfert, a junior at Cal and current Senator in the ASUC. Alex is running […]

What To Do When ICE Comes To My Class

By Julie Shackford-Bradley  Recently, people gathered in campus to discuss how faculty might react if an ICE agent came to their classroom with the intention of removing an individual who was considered to be undocumented. Before getting to the specific advice aimed at faculty–which is actually helpful for everybody–its important to address the elephant in […]

ASUC Elections Spotlight: Amma Sardokee-Adoo

By Jackie Bueno This year, the Restorative Justice blog is highlighting candidates from both Student Action and CalSERVE, to find out what their platforms are and why they’re running for ASUC Executive positions and ASUC Senate. First off is Amma, Sarkodee-Adoo, a sophomore at Cal. Amma is running for Senator with Student Action (SA). The […]