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Faculty leaders voice their support for those fighting to end state violence against people of color

Sonja Diaz and Matt Barreto, alongside other UCLA faculty leaders stand in solidarity with those fighting to end state violence against African Americans, Indigenous peoples, Latinx, Asian, and other communities of color.

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Sonja Diaz and Matt Barreto, alongside other UCLA faculty leaders stand in solidarity with those fighting to end state violence against African Americans, Indigenous peoples, Latinx, Asian, and other communities of color.

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