How the Weinstein Scandal Ignited a Movement Gains made in the #MeToo era are tempered by unresolved questions of accountability, journalist Megan Twohey tells a UCLA audience

Gains made in the #MeToo era are tempered by unresolved questions of accountability, journalist Megan Twohey tells a UCLA audience.


Pride and Perseverance: The Story of Long Hoang

A public affairs student with an outgoing personality finds inner meaning amid the forced isolation of COVID-19. One in a series of profiles of the undergraduate Class of 2021




Virtual sessions have taken the place of in-person events during the coronavirus pandemic.

  1. L.A. County Quality of Life Index

    Apr 19 @ 11:00 am-12:00 pm
    Luskin Summit 2021 concludes with the sixth annual survey of L.A. County residents on their satisfaction with topics such as cost of living, education, the environment, the economy, race relations and health care.
  2. Plastic Pollution and Possible Solutions

    Apr 22 @ 12:00 pm-1:00 pm
    A panel of policy, corporate and academic leaders will discuss the need and strategies for a more closed loop and less wasteful economy.
  3. CODESWITCH: The Transborder Immigrant Tool

    Apr 23 @ 10:00 am-12:00 pm
    Join EDT 2.0 for a choral reading of excerpts from “CODESWITCH: The Transborder Immigrant Tool” (transborder algo-rhythms against caging algorithms).
  4. InterActions L.A.: ‘Guaranteed Income and Paths to Prosperity’

    May 7 @ 9:30 am-12:00 pm
    Lewis Center brings together the latest thinking and action related to a guaranteed income program in America, with a focus on who could benefit in the Los Angeles region.