Alan Ross, a professor at the UC Berkeley business school, has decided to start giving a $1,000 “kindness award” each month to someone who works, lives or goes to school in Berkeley. The award is named after a kind teacher at the JCC Preschool in North Berkeley. Courtesy: Alan Ross

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