Cecilia Menjívar and two UCLA sociology colleagues argue for the phrase “physical distancing” instead of “social distancing.”
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All six current and former directors recall the challenges and successes they experienced while leading regional policy research at UCLA
White paper from UCLA Voting Rights Project urges officials to plan now to implement a national vote-by-mail program for the presidential election.
Lewis Center hosts panel to contemplate ways that homeownership can be an attainable goal for more low-income families
Effort for California Legislature represents the first statewide picture of California’s water affordability challenges
Policy expert Kate Almquist Knopf tells UCLA audience that Africa will be the big international affairs story of the 21st century.
Research shows that recycling is not a panacea for plastic waste problem and finds that reusable alternatives can be cost-effective
UCLA team holds two days of roundtable discussions and provides technical assistance to lawmakers during workshop in Arizona
Panelists discuss issues of class, race and exclusion during a Luskin Lecture event that focuses on the rise of divisiveness in America
Luskin Center for Innovation is analyzing a plan to recycle all of L.A.’s wastewater by 2035, a project that could be the largest capital water project investment in L.A. this century