Early access to earnings can benefit low-income workers but does not address the larger issue of stagnant wages.
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At UCLA’s TransportationCamp LA, 115 professionals, advocates, researchers and enthusiasts brainstorm ways to make the region more mobile.
The Institute on Inequality and Democracy is cited for its support of grassroots activists.
UCLA Luskin launches international outreach to identify strategies to empower women and children
A clique known for drawing young people into brutal acts is behind an upsurge in the gang’s activity.
The peak is sacred ground to Native Hawaiians trying to block construction of the Thirty Meter Telescope.
Dating app Tinder unveils a personal security feature to protect users traveling to places where same-sex relationships are outlawed.
A well-planned move to higher ground could also advance environmental and social justice, she says.
The Institute of Transportation Studies deputy director brings perspective to public transit projects across the region.
Genetic tests have been used to encourage the “mainstreamification” of white nationalism, he says, adding, “Science cannot save us.”