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Urban Releaf Grows Green Jobs and Shade Trees

When director Kemba Shakur started an urban forestry nonprofit organization 15 years ago, the goal was to address the ecological needs of the community,...

Berkeley Recycler Seeks to Keep Toxic E-Waste Out of the Environment

For entrepreneur Kenneth Phillips, starting his own business was a lifelong dream, and the Bay Area native found his niche in the recycling industry. Specializing...

Berkeley Youth Alternatives Helps Young People Find Careers

When her counselor first told her about Berkeley Youth Alternatives, a non-profit organization that supports underserved youth, Tamisha Bradley wasn’t interested. Having lived in three...

Former Congressman William Gray, 71, First African American Majority Whip

Former Rep. William H. Gray III, who rose to influential positions in Congress and was the first African American to become majority whip, died...
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