To create a more resilient America, policies must be overhauled to protect the common interest rather than the affluent, editorial argues.
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The Institute on Inequality and Democracy collaborates on the latest in a series of Data for Democracy research briefs for K-12 students and teachers.
Team from UCLA Luskin Social Welfare helps create questionnaires for school communities to give them a voice and provide support during the pandemic.
New report analyzes L.A. County tract by tract and reveals that COVID-19 restrictions are hitting low-income and minority areas hard.
Leaders of UCLA’s Public Affairs and Public Health schools launch Luskin Summit 2020.
Study of suicide ideation among California students earns recognition from the American Educational Research Association.
Social welfare professor and co-author of a volume of poetry speaks about facing adversity within a strong, unifying culture.
Protecting access to the ballot box during the COVID-19 pandemic is the focus of an LPPI webinar bringing together leading voting rights experts.
Randall Akee co-authors letter urging policymakers to prioritize the needs of racial and ethnic minorities, immigrants, the poor and other vulnerable groups.
With takeout and delivery now permitted in many states, patterns and consequences of alcohol use must be closely monitored, he cautions.