Requiring that space be set aside for parking increases real estate costs and exacerbates inequality, but two new state bills propose the elimination or reform of parking minimums.
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Over time, high temperatures and lack of air conditioning in classrooms lead to poor student academic outcomes.
Engaging marginalized communities in decision-making about their environment is a critical challenge of climate justice.
Two from the UCLA Luskin Institute on Inequality and Democracy speak about the entrenched inequality and funding problems that stand in the way of progress.
Though key to the state’s economic and technological success, UC system hasn’t been accessible to the people whose dispossession was core to its founding, they write.
Housing advocates are pushing for a new luxury tax that would use a small fraction of property sale profits to help fund city services such as homelessness prevention.
The emergence of groups such as Urban Alchemy, which hires the formerly incarcerated to address issues rooted in addiction, mental illness and homelessness, is on the rise.
Her new study is part of a body of work that reveals how historical moments shape adolescents’ development in lasting ways.
A report he co-authored finds that longstanding inequities have left Native Americans more vulnerable to the negative impact of economic shocks and public health crises.
A race is under way to fill a seat on the Board of Supervisors, which oversees a $40 billion budget that mostly focuses on the economically marginalized.