Conference focusing on the unique challenges of Central American migrants aims to encourage more holistic and human portrayals of the refugees.
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Historian Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz explores the deep roots and grave consequences of America’s ‘gun love’ in a Luskin Lecture Series event.
Building a movement to reinvest in the public control of housing could restore hope and inspiration to the city, panel says.
Representatives from the State Department and Peace Corps share their experiences with students at a Global Public Affairs gathering.
Conference hosted by the Institute on Inequality and Democracy points to collective action to end the student debt crisis crippling many households.
He shares his perspectives on housing, homelessness, transportation and local politics with a Zócalo Public Square audience.
He is named editor in chief of research publication covering a wide range of transportation topics.
Los Angeles official shares his vision for local government at a “Learn at Lunch” session with Luskin School graduate students.
The scholar of social welfare and education will research Israel’s success story in adopting policies and practices to promote school safety.
Three community activists from Boyle Heights and Koreatown come to UCLA to share lessons on organizing.