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

Despite Ongoing Meningitis Outbreak, Vaccination Among Gay Men Remains Low

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Limited two-dose completion among HIV-positive men puts them at particular risk, according to new study by UCLA Luskin researchers

Dean of UCLA Luskin Takes the Long View on Political Rhetoric

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Gary Segura sees parallels between California history and current national debate over immigration and says Latino voters will again be key to a resolution.  

On the Job Training

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UCLA Luskin alumni return to campus to share career insights and tips with students seeking full-time and summer work

‘Day of Remembrance' Blends History and Activism

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UCLA Luskin panel marks 75 years since Japanese American internment camps and advocates resistance to modern-day efforts that target immigrants

Language, Power and What Resistance Looks Like

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Institute on Inequality and Democracy at the UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs co-sponsors talk by UC Berkeley scholar Judith Butler

Luskin Lecture Peers Into Future of an Aging America

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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

Power and Powerlessness in Social Work

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UCLA Luskin professor and alumna receive Social Science Review’s 2017 Frank R. Breul Memorial Prize for social welfare research on professional power relations

The Connection Between Poverty, Inequality and Firearm Violence

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Circumstances in U.S. urban centers go hand in hand with gun violence, UCLA Luskin’s Mark Kaplan says

Message From the Dean

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UCLA Luskin joins University in supporting those impacted by an executive order that blocks citizens of seven nations from entering the United States