Berky Nelson

UCLA

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Professor of African-American studies at UCLA, and one of two administrative representatives on UCLA's Undergraduate Students Association board

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UCLA just held student government elections. But the big campaign issue wasn’t cafeteria food, student housing or smoking on campus; it was Israel.

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UCLA just held student government elections. But the big campaign issue wasn’t cafeteria food, student housing or smoking on campus; it was Israel.

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