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Standing Rock comes to Berkeley through work of Native American activist

Published Tuesday February 28

…from Vallejo to San Jose, up the other side and across the Bay Bridge, ending up on Alcatraz for…

Corrina Gould, a Chochenyo Ohlone activist who speaks often in public about how the person culture has been “invisibilized,” is a leader in the opposition to a residential-and-retail development proposal for part of the landmark West Berkeley Shellmound site.

BERKELEY — In 1999, as Emeryville looked to develop a former industrial site along Shellmound Street, Corrina Gould was among a group of activists who proposed an alternative vision to the City Council.

In 2005, LaRose got the idea to do a shellmound walk, and convened a meeting of activists.

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