“Revision” allows anyone to aggregate data from various public and private sources to create a complete picture of neighborhood change.
Income equality is not the critical problem of our time, according to UCLA economist Lee E. Ohanian. There are greater public policy issues surrounding the nation's economic well-being.
UCLA's John Rogers has devoted his research and writing to identifying inequalities in education and community-organizing for school reform.
Why are working people falling behind? A leading UCLA researcher examines the causes of widening inequality.
Former Los Angeles mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and Homeboy Industries’ Father Greg Boyle are among those who take part in the discussion.
Nearly 1 in 5 older adults in California live in an economic no-man’s land, unable to afford basic needs, according to a study by the UCLA Center of Health Policy Research.
Expanding density incentives, streamlining site plan review and altering financing rules are three key ways to create more affordable housing, Paul Habibi writes in the Los Angeles Times.
Public health professor Roshan Bastani, director of UCLA’s Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Equity, joined a panel of health experts at a Zócalo event to discuss how to help low-income families stay healthy.
Zocalo and UCLA will host a discussion about the policies, services and street strategies that will help homeless people stay off the streets, 7:30 -9:30 p.m., Monday, June 29, at the Plaza on Olvera Street.