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Undergrad, master’s and doctoral students meet with UCLA Luskin leadership to share the challenges of pursuing higher education amid COVID-19.
Economist Andrew Zimbalist launches Transdisciplinary Speaker Series season by dismantling the argument that host cities are guaranteed to reap a financial windfall.
The Trump administration’s delays in working with the Biden transition team could have “enormous consequences.”
Prospects for federal support are better, but California must take responsibility for putting the project on a sound financial footing.
Executive director of the Latino Policy and Politics Initiative joins team that will set new boundaries for Los Angeles’ City Council districts.
UCLA research pinpointing L.A. County neighborhoods most vulnerable to COVID-19 is aimed at informing the allocation of scarce resources.
People of color made their voices heard in the election. Now, organizers are turning their efforts to put their policy priorities front and center.
During the pandemic, more than 64 million people reported difficulty getting enough to eat, with the need felt most sharply in Black and Latino communities.
While an overwhelming majority of Latinos backed the Democratic ticket, the party didn’t do enough to engage voters in California and other non-battleground states.