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Launch of New UCLA Luskin Initiative Is True to Its Mission

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Event celebrating the creation of the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative brings UCLA community together with policymakers to share research and exchange information

From UCLA Newsroom

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In an article that originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times, UCLA Luskin's Zev Yaroslavsky writes that CBS Television City should be designated a historic site to preserve L.A. history

Catalysts For Change

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Author and educator Duncan Green presented a lunchtime talk about how power systems shape global policy and change.

Festival, Panel Focus on Food Security Issues  

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“Harvesting Change: Fostering Partnerships for Food Security” included food, games and information booths, plus a panel discussion with local leaders in the battle against hunger.

Inside Look at State Politics

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Latino Policy and Politics Initiative hosts a frank discussion of California issues with Cristina Garcia of the California State Assembly.

Dean's Message on DACA Decision

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'You are not alone in this,' Segura writes in support of any undocumented Luskin students 

Amplifying the Voice of Latinos on Policy Issues

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Latino Policy & Politics Initiative at UCLA Luskin School will fill a critical research gap and provide a think tank around political, social and economic issues

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

A Final Test for Policy Analysis Projects

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UCLA Luskin public policy master’s degree culminates in a public forum in which students present Applied Policy Projects on issues of regional, global importance

Policy vs. Political Reality

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