UCLA Centennial story celebrating transfer students notes that 92% come from California community colleges.
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Abused immigrant women and children are fearful of speaking up, he says. “They are condemned to endure their abuse for fear of deportation or detention.”
Zoning rules have kept one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods from benefiting from publicly funded program to abate LAX noise.
Concerns about the technology may be heightened by the recent flare-up of trade tensions, he says.
New book, “Uneven Urbanscape,” is a data-rich evaluation of urban inequality’s causes and consequences.
Their surge of interest in World War II internment camps makes their ancestors’ history, and present threats against immigrants, more real.
“There’s nothing intrinsically interesting about building a tunnel to move people around,” he says. “That’s what a subway is, right?”
1990s drama will take on immigration and deportation, an American story that has been going on for decades.
Apartments for low-income residents will be included in a new development in the affluent suburb of Danville.
Gov. Newsom’s proposal to expand Medi-Cal coverage would reduce costly emergency room visits, he argues.