His research on the pandemic’s lasting effect on the growth patterns of urban centers is featured at the Milken Institute’s Global Conference.
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Report by the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation provides a framework for environmental justice in disadvantaged communities.
Latino Policy and Politics Initiative report identifies a need for better language and cultural literacy among service providers.
Director Veronica Terriquez shares plans for the center, including helping to steward UCLA’s efforts to become a Hispanic Serving Institution.
As UCLA’s new student body president, Breeze Velazquez embraces her role as an advocate for her peers.
Irvine Foundation funding will support data collection on the impact of COVID-19 on Latino workers in California to promote policies that ensure economic mobility.
After the unexpected death of scholar Jack L. Walker Jr. 30 years ago, a team of collaborators helped complete his landmark book “Mobilizing Interest Groups in America.”
Anderson Forecast panelists say an equitable post-COVID recovery requires upending political and economic systems marked by moneyed interests and deep-rooted racism.
“If you don’t have to commute, then that changes not only the structures that people will demand, but it also changes the locations that they’re likely to inhabit.”
A series of celebrations and orientations launch the new academic year after months of remote learning.