Events for Oct 10 - Apr 19
Join the Lewis Center for a book talk with Alex Bitterman and Daniel B. Hess, editors of a new book examining the significance of gay neighborhoods, or “gayborhoods.”
This Regents Lecture featuring Judy Heumann, an author and advocate for the rights of disabled people, will focus on coalition-building and adopting an intersectional approach to policymaking.
Exploring how grassroots climate justice activists in cities around the world fight back against unjust plans, build power among their constituents, and propose alternatives for a climate-just future.
Hear about the lessons learned from the first five years of the TOC incentive program, L.A.'s most effective housing production tool.
Meet with the School's benefactor and hear about his entrepreneurship. Learn leadership tips that can be applied to your future endeavors.
One-hour webinar will share new research on tobacco use among trans and gender-nonconforming young people in California and the marketing strategies that target LGBT people.
Hear the environmental policy leader explain how government leaders can take bold, equity-focused action to deal with climate change.
An in-person session with a political expert and a Washington Post journalist about their book, "100% Democracy: The Case for Universal Voting."
In this lecture, the environmental policy and planning expert at UC Irvine will explore why it is crucial to understand how climate disasters amplify existing inequalities.