UC President Napolitano and the assistant attorney general for civil rights share their perspectives at “Speech Matters” conference.
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Look beyond grades and focus on addressing the challenges facing our country, says Michelle Giuda, an assistant secretary of state and UCLA alumna.
Longtime UnidosUS President Janet Murguía has worked to amplify the Latino voice on issues such as education, health care, immigration, civil rights and the economy
Author Cris Beam shares insights based on extensive research and personal experience in her Luskin Lecture
Dean Segura and key members of the UCLA Luskin leadership team invite questions and solicit ideas at an event sweetened by pie.
Daylong event focuses on impact of bias and stereotyping within the legal system on outcomes for Latinos
Panel hosted by Zócalo Public Square/UCLA Downtown explores ‘Are American Presidents Above the Law?’
The emeritus professor of social welfare was a pioneer in the study of human service organizations, an influential author and a trusted mentor of UCLA Luskin students for more than three decades
Ciudades, as the Latin American Cities Initiative is known, creates a multinational urban planning knowledge network
He weighs in on Trump’s toned-down rhetoric and the evolution of the annual address to the American public.