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Boyle Heights, Gentrification and Beyond

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UCLA Luskin professors Abel Valenzuela and Eric Avila join Urban Planning alumna Cecilia Estolano and others in a discussion of the current state of Boyle Heights as a microcosm of gentrification and related issues in Los Angeles.

Examining an Issue from Every Side

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Urban Planning students enrolled in Community Scholars and Comprehensive Project efforts tackle problems of significant scope and complexity

Getting an Early Start on Social Welfare Lessons

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MSW alumnae share advice with incoming UCLA Luskin students who will be serving vulnerable clients and populations

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

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

L.A.’s Economic Slide: A Who-Done-It Written Over Several Decades

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UCLA Luskin professor Michael Storper and former county supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky unravel the past and future of the city at Town Hall Los Angeles gathering

Examining Voting in L.A. at the Neighborhood Level

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Researchers at UCLA Luskin’s Center for Neighborhood Knowledge produce maps to document the county’s voter trends and behavior

A Guide to Turn the L.A. River Green

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UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation creates a toolkit to help communities navigate paths to improving the river’s greenbelt

Gentrification, Growth or Something in Between?

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UCLA Urban Planners’ report on the impact of cultural revitalization efforts on L.A.’s Gallery Row and adjacent Skid Row is named ‘Best Paper’ by Town Planning Review

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