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The new centralized platform seeks to amplify on-the-ground activism and organizing by Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders.
A pivotal figure for decades at the Luskin School, Powe oversaw career counseling and programs in which public officials, community leaders and alumni mentor students
UCLA’s many contributors to report reimagining L.A. from a racial justice perspective include Dean Gary Segura and UCLA Luskin students
UCLA Luskin mourns the unexpected death of VC Powe, director of career services and a pivotal figure in the history of the School of Public Affairs
Co-authored by UCLA Luskin Dean Gary Segura, “No Going Back: Together for an Equitable and Inclusive Los Angeles” lays out a bold agenda for regionwide change.
Thousands of renters are at risk of eviction with moratorium set to expire; tens of thousands more are in a deep financial hole
Movie bad guys may be a reflection of how high land costs and complex regulations contribute to a need for developers to be wealthy to succeed.
UCLA study forecasts a severe undercount for people of color, immigrants and low-income individuals
Systemic racial inequality underlies nonpayment of rent, UCLA Luskin researchers say