New Study Warns of Looming Eviction Crisis in Los Angeles County

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A report from the UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy predicts that as many as 120,000 households, with 184,000 children, could experience homelessness because of the pandemic

New Scholarship Offers Support to Emerging Latino Leaders

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Partnership with Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute aims to bolster student diversity

UCLA Study Finds Strong Support for LAPD's Community Policing Program

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Researchers say crime declines and trust increases when officers work alongside residents to build relationships

Seeking Public Housing Solutions for Japan in Los Angeles

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Urban planning alumna Kimiko Shiki returns to UCLA Luskin as a visiting scholar

UC Regent and Former Assembly Speaker John A. Pérez to Deliver Commencement Address

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The ‘lifelong advocate for the people of California’ will honor UCLA Luskin graduates at a virtual celebration on June 12.
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COVID-19 Pandemic Could Cost California Transportation Billions in Revenue

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New research highlights need for policymakers to prepare for a future shortfall

Jerry Brown Speaks Out on Curbing Coronavirus and Building a Strong Future

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Former governor's conversation with biographer Jim Newton draws virtual audience of more than 1,300.

Parts of L.A. Hit Hardest by COVID-19 Also Among Those Where Census Response Lags 2010

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Analysis by Center for Neighborhood Knowledge shows ‘extreme undercount’ shaping up in low-income and minority neighborhoods

Listening to — and Learning From — Urban Youth of Color

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New research by UCLA Luskin faculty finds young people who are actively engaged in civic improvement and eager to be heard about solutions.

Paid Sick Leave a Crucial Weapon During COVID-19 Era and Beyond

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Global study shows that gaps in coverage for ailing workers put nations’ health and economic security at risk.