The UCLA Luskin Lecture Series enhances public discourse on topics relevant to the betterment of society. The Series features renowned public intellectuals, bringing together scholars as well as national and local leaders to address society’s most pressing problems. Lectures encourage interactive, lively discourse across traditional divides between the worlds of research, policy and practice. The Series demonstrates UCLA Luskin’s commitment to encouraging innovative breakthroughs and creative solutions to formidable public policy challenges.
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Upcoming Luskin Lecture Events
UCLA Luskin Lecture: Jorge Ramos
Luskin Conference Center
October 9, 2018 @ 6-8pm
Jorge Ramos is a pivotal figure in the American Latino community and the long-time host of Univision Noticias’ evening news, as well as their Sunday news magazine Al Punto. His more than 30 years of engaging and informative reporting — as well as his unwavering dedication to advancing the rights of marginalized communities — have been an inspiration to so many throughout the United States, and the world.
The Luskin School of Public Affairs is pleased to host Mr. Jorge Ramos as part of the UCLA Luskin Lecture Series. Following his lecture, we are recognizing Mr. Ramos for his decades of achievements in journalism, and his advocacy for Latino and immigrant communities. The UCLA Medal will be presented to Mr. Ramos at the Luskin Conference Center, preceded by a reception. Mr. Ramos’ achievements make him an exemplary role model for all in the UCLA community, and we are proud to add his name to our roster of distinguished leaders and visionaries who have received the UCLA Medal.
Please join us in celebrating Jorge Ramos and his achievements!
RSVP required for admittance. Admission is free, but registration is required for each attendee. Click here.
Previous Luskin Lecture Events
Black, Brown, and Powerful: Freedom Dreams in Unequal Cities
April 26-April 27, 2018
This two-day Luskin Lecture powerfully addresses the use of academic research to advocate for societal change regarding the affordable housing crisis in California, urban displacement, and inequality. To read more about the discussion and watch videos, click here.
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