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‘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

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

‘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

A Day of Teaching, Ideas and Action

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Organized by UCLA Luskin’s Institute on Inequality and Democracy, J18 at UCLA will feature activists, artists and authors addressing social justice issues related to the U.S. presidential transition

Panel Highlights Growing Presence of Women in Military

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Veterans Day seminar explores the role, challenges and accomplishments of women in the armed services

Just One Visit: Volunteers Make a Difference for Prisoners

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Vital role that volunteers play in the juvenile and adult prison system is detailed at event to celebrate a new book co-edited by UCLA Luskin professor

‘Minority Report’ Hits Major Racial Themes

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Luskin-sponsored performance by Scott St. Patrick and other contributors provides a no-holds-barred look at race in America

UP Doctoral Students Receive Rishwain Social Justice Entrepreneurship Awards

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Two urban planning doctoral students were recognized for their outstanding contributions to community based social entrepreneurship

Examining the Legacy of Slavery and Racism

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In an effort to explore social justice issues and their relevance to students' future careers, the School of Public Affairs hosted a film viewing and discussion about the legacy of slavery and racism in the U.S.

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