More Than 45,000 Californians Living With HIV Would Be Impacted by Medicaid Cuts in Senate Health Plan

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According to a fact sheet from the California HIV/AIDS Policy Research Centers, the cuts would be felt by patients covered by Medi-Cal

Proud to be Part of the Luskin Community

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International students share their experiences, dreams and awareness of anxiety in an uncertain world

America in the Balance

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A Senior Fellows talk at UCLA Luskin by two political veterans reminds students that legislative success in America depends on compromise

A Super Celebration

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

‘Unsung Hero,’ Leader in South L.A. Named 2017 Social Welfare Alumna of the Year

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Aurea Montes-Rodriguez MSW ’99 was inspired to develop a healthier generation by award namesake Joseph Nunn

Social Workers Come Together for ‘This Incredible Conference’

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Professionals and scholars gather at UCLA Luskin to hear experts discuss issues of vital importance to the Latina/o community.

Examining the Unspoken Truth of Sexually Exploited Youth

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Author and researcher Alexandra Lutnick keynotes Department of Social Welfare's conference on the hidden problem of youth caught up in the sex trade in the U.S

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.

The Lost Shtetl

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In a new book, Professor Emeritus Jack Rothman chronicles his journey to find the forgotten village in Ukraine where his family had lived for generations

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