Funding will support a multimedia event marking the 150th anniversary of the Los Angeles Chinatown Massacre, linking past and present.
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Disadvantaged households in the San Francisco Bay Area were at higher risk than similar households in the L.A. and Inland Empire regions, UCLA researchers find.
Center for Neighborhood Knowledge director is one of 12 leaders who have “championed social justice to help make great communities for all.”
UCLA Luskin’s Zev Yaroslavsky and Jim Newton weigh in on the billionaire philanthropist’s legacy after his death at age 87.
After a year of pandemic, as well as racial and political turmoil, schools must prioritize students’ well-being rather than nosediving into academic recovery.
He calls on governments to focus on those who faced existential threats during the COVID-19 pandemic — not on those who were merely inconvenienced.
He joins California Assemblywoman Laura Friedman in calling for an end to parking rules that exacerbate poverty, homelessness and carbon emissions.
Amid dramatic rise in anti-Asian American violence, she points to a new era of solidarity-building among communities of color.
Support is growing for a national minimum age of juvenile justice jurisdiction — an age below which a child cannot be prosecuted in juvenile court.
California lawmakers are considering changes to the “85th percentile rule” that dates back to the 1930s.