Counting Votes — And Making Votes Count

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UCLA Luskin public policy students get a valuable lesson in voting and elections from California Secretary of State Alex Padilla and L.A. County Registrar Dean Logan

A Super Celebration

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Students, staff, faculty and alumni gather for trivia and camaraderie at Super Quiz Bowl 2017

Policy vs. Political Reality

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Former U.S. Rep Bob Carr shares his insights at UCLA Luskin as a Regents Lecturer

Progress and Equity: It Takes a Village

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Local leaders advocate for targeted community action rather than relying solely on mass protests about White House policies

Making a Local Impact

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Luskin Senior Fellow Mitchell Katz talks about boosting health care at the local level — even when the feds won’t pitch in.

Memories — and Lessons — from 1992

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Weekend of remembrance 25 years after L.A. riots examines how the civil unrest changed the city, its institutions and many of its people

Organized Protest May Come From the Fervor of Crowds, Not Core Individuals

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UCLA Luskin professor’s analysis of 14 million tweets from the Arab Spring showed that normal people drive huge movements

Disadvantages Persist in Neighborhoods Impacted by 1992 L.A. Riots

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UCLA Luskin researchers find little economic progress in areas most impacted 25 years ago by civil uprisings

Deportation, Loss of Health Care Raise Profound Concerns in New UCLA Luskin Survey

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Second annual Los Angeles County Quality of Life Index shows how some of the Trump administration’s policies have caused serious concerns for many county residents

A History Lesson for the President

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Michael Dukakis, the former governor of Massachusetts and former Democratic candidate for president, closes out his annual winter teaching job at UCLA Luskin with a roundtable discussion on the country’s future — and past