A teenager worried about where she could live in the future. A pregnant person worried about their unborn child. Many worried about further losses of rights.
From downtown Oakland to Berkeley and San Francisco, protests are planned after the Supreme Court ended nearly 50 years of abortion rights.
Portraits of a few of the hundreds of people who came to the festivities a year after the day became a national holiday.
UC Berkeley and the city funded the amenities hub in ongoing efforts to clear People’s Park and make way for construction of student housing.
Now that the U.S. Supreme Court has overturned the Roe decision, here are key takeaways of what to expect for abortion in California.
Owsley Stanley, famed Grateful Dead soundman and the first person to privately manufacture LSD, lived in the Poet’s Corner cottage during the Summer of Love.
A friend of Willem De Kooning who aimed to shock the bourgeoisie, McChesney made sculptures that grace many private and public spaces, such as Berkeley’s Becky Temko Tot Lot.