Gary Segura sees parallels between California history and current national debate over immigration and says Latino voters will again be key to a resolution.
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UCLA Luskin alumni return to campus to share career insights and tips with students seeking full-time and summer work
UCLA Luskin panel marks 75 years since Japanese American internment camps and advocates resistance to modern-day efforts that target immigrants
Institute on Inequality and Democracy at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs co-sponsors talk by UC Berkeley scholar Judith Butler
UCLA faculty members join the discussion on an upcoming city ballot measure that could block big development projects in Los Angeles for two years
AARP’s Jo Ann Jenkins urges society to ‘disrupt aging’ with a fresh outlook on the nation’s increasingly older population — and how society must change as a result
Urban Planning fieldwork course taught by UCLA Luskin’s Paavo Monkkonen completes its study of housing crisis in Tijuana
Circumstances in U.S. urban centers go hand in hand with gun violence, UCLA Luskin’s Mark Kaplan says
UCLA Luskin joins University in supporting those impacted by an executive order that blocks citizens of seven nations from entering the United States
Transit expert Ethan Elkind’s lecture at UCLA Luskin covers railways in Los Angeles from the 1800s to today