‘Crip Camp’ shows how a summer camp in upstate New York galvanized a generation of activists and influenced Berkeley’s disability rights movement.
On Tuesday, the Board of Supervisors voted to remove all of the trustees, part of a drastic move to reshape public health governance.
From virtual lactation classes to rising interest in home deliveries, many pregnant women and reproductive health workers are having to totally reimagine the birth experience.
Berkeley is one of just three cities in California that runs its own public health agency separate from the county.
Healthcare workers are concerned about a shortage of personal protective equipment, especially N95 masks.
Restaurant owners consider their obligations to employees, customers and the community while keeping an eye on their bottom line as the public health crisis escalates.
Now that the 18-story complex at 2211 Harold Way has fallen through, Habitot no longer faces immediate eviction. But it must still raise millions to move to its new site in South Berkeley
James LeBrecht, who was born with Spina Bifida, intertwines his experience at the camp with its history and the fight for disability rights.