The site’s creators hope that researchers and journalists will be able to use it to track the issues and stories around hate crimes.
Sonja Diaz, the founding director of the Latino Policy & Politics Initiative, understands how research can directly result in legislation that serves society’s needs.
Hundreds of Bruins answered the call to serve for the 12th annual day of service, which pivoted from in-person tasks to primarily online events and projects.
The ambitious paper illuminates the barriers to success that limited many of the city’s residents even before COVID-19 but have been exacerbated since the pandemic began.
500 UCLA students volunteer to provide academic support to K-12 students across L.A. County through the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families.
UCLA’s centennial initiative sparks an intergenerational conversation about issues close to home.
UCLA Library’s collection tells the story of the 1918 influenza pandemic through the words of those who lived it.
With a statewide moratorium on evictions set to expire, thousands of renters are at risk of losing their housing.
UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation report shows that outreach is effective in connecting programs with lower-income residents.
The UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation has offered wide-ranging guidance on the statewide mandate to test drinking water for lead.
Affluent neighborhoods use more energy and reap greater benefits from government incentive programs, a new UCLA study shows.
The case is among the initial successes for the UCLA Immigrant Family Legal Clinic, which opened last year on the RFK Community Schools campus.
A new Latin American Institute workshop aims to help teachers inspire their students to think about how history gets written.
Seven days a week, UCLA volunteers staff a well-being call-in line, offering support, resources and a compassionate ear.
UCLA scholars like Darnell Hunt, Robin D.G. Kelley and Kimberlé Crenshaw, among others, have shared their knowledge with media to help people understand what’s happening.
Zach Rutland, who is on track to graduate in June with his master’s in library and information science, has interned at the Skid Row History Museum & Archive.
Researchers say crime declines and trust increases when officers work alongside residents to build relationships.
UCLA study notes that the restrictions are even tougher for those without sufficient access to groceries and safe physical distance.
Half of apartment dwellers in the city say they have been exposed to unwanted secondhand smoke in their homes in the last year.
The county is on pace for just 52% of households to respond, down from about 63% in 2010.
Scientists and a robot named MaRTy tested the city’s new Cool Streets program and made a surprising discovery.
Report examines the number of homeless residents in Los Angeles, how this has changed over time, and how homelessness differs by race and ethnicity.
The online atlas supports efforts to better understand the region’s habitats, which could influence global conservation efforts.
Educating kids at home can seem overwhelming. Just remember to keep it simple, says UCLA's Center X.
UCLA's Quality of Life Index found that the young and economically stressed are far less optimistic about their opportunities.