1 in 5 Tenants in L.A. Has Struggled to Pay Rent During Pandemic, Study Finds Thousands of renters are at risk of eviction with moratorium set to expire; tens of thousands more are in a deep financial hole

Thousands of renters are at risk of eviction with moratorium set to expire; tens of thousands more are in a deep financial hole

Remembering VC Powe

1953 – 2020

The unexpected passing of VC Powe, a pivotal figure at UCLA Luskin for decades, drew an outpouring of tributes from students, alumni, colleagues and the community.

Reliable, Accurate and Complete Count for 2020 Census Is at Risk UCLA study forecasts a severe undercount for people of color, immigrants and low-income individuals

UCLA study forecasts a severe undercount for people of color, immigrants and low-income individuals

Although in-person events have been suspended because of the coronavirus pandemic, many virtual sessions are taking place.

  1. Policy Forums: The Third Presidential Debate

    Oct 22 @ 7:30 pm-9:00 pm
    Join Dean Gary Segura, Sonja Diaz of the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative, Public Policy Professor Mark Peterson and Chad Dunn of the UCLA Voting Rights Project for a post-debate conversation.
  2. UCLA Arrowhead Series: Transit’s Path to Recovery

    Oct 23 @ 1:30 pm-3:00 pm
    Transit thrives on density, but the pandemic has upended that idea with density as the antithesis of public health measures to control the spread of COVID-19.
  3. How Will Media Influence the Election?

    Oct 27 @ 11:00 am-1:00 pm
    Join UCLA Professor Lynn Vavreck as she speaks with moderator Dan Schnur to analyze how candidates are using media sources to replace traditional in-person canvassing, organizing and rallies.
  4. The Future of Federal Housing Policy with Julián Castro

    Oct 29 @ 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    A conversation with Julián Castro about his vision for housing in the U.S. and how it intersects with work being done in Southern California