Despite the progress, Latinos’ narratives and experiences remain largely invisible in both authorship and editorial content, according to a UCLA study.
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As California’s secretary of state, Shirley Weber fights — for diversity and inclusion, for education, and to make sure every vote counts.
Each year, Native and Indigenous communities come from everywhere to celebrate their heritage — and meaningfully share it — at UCLA.
For married Black and Latino couples, interactions with friends, family and colleagues shrank even more drastically at the pandemic’s outset and recovered more slowly.
Professors Jolie Chea and Loubna Qutami discuss how the field of Asian American studies is evolving.
Lynn Nguyen was inspired to help others by her refugee parents and a doctor who brought comfort to Vietnamese families.
Evyn Lê Espiritu Gandhi teaches a course that looks at how and why their memory is silenced, and how cultural memory can push back against state-imposed forgetting.
The club introduces members to the practice of the Japanese tea ceremony, which can help students reduce stress and calm their minds.
UCLA staff recommend books, films, music and more to celebrate Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
There’s something for everyone during UCLA’s celebration of Asian American, Native Hawaiian and Pacific Islander history and culture.
In 2022, she co-founded the student-led Arab Health Organization at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
Screenings, which run from June 2 to 18 in Westwood and Eagle Rock, are free to the public.
Beydoun, who has written several books on Islamophobia, cites UCLA Law’s Critical Race Studies program as pivotal in his development as an academic.
This year marks the centennial of UCLA’s first African American sorority and fraternity; plaque dedication ceremonies will begin April 24.
Researchers found that Afro-Latinos face worse outcomes in income, homeownership and other areas than non-Black Latinos.
Athletes Jaime and Gabriela Jaquez and their parents and grandparents have been strong proponents of public education, academic achievement and personal excellence.
The historian and author discusses her ongoing research and her new book, “What Sorrows Labour in My Parent’s Breast?”
The longest-serving librarian at UCLA says despite new technology, her mission to help students find information remains the same.
More than 240 of them have been adopted, according to a new UCLA Law report.
The UCLA Hollywood Diversity Report shows diverse casts continue to draw larger and more diverse audiences.
The school intends to recruit more students from Hispanic-serving institutions to its doctoral programs and, ultimately, its faculty.
AJ Addae, a UCLA chemical biology doctoral student, launched a company that develops cosmetics for people with darker skin tones
From books, graphic novels and podcasts to narrative films and documentaries, staff members recommend their top picks.
The age of streaming rediscovers the works of Octavia Butler.
Historian Kelly Lytle Hernández was honored for her book “Bad Mexicans,” which looks at the Mexican Revolution from both sides of the border.