A restored version of ‘We’re Alive’ — made by 3 UCLA film students — premiered Jan. 28.
The television journalist will be in conversation with Rick Hasen, founder of the project and a renowned election law expert.
UCLA’s new Initiative to Study Hate represents a critical effort to root out what’s causing the alarming rise in hate across the country — and what we can do to stop it.
UCLA’s Bedari Kindness Institute wanted to find out if kindness is contagious. The answer may surprise you.
The ideal of respectful political discussions seems more out of reach than ever. How we can rekindle the art of meaningful dialogue.
The first UC to guarantee on-campus housing for all undergraduates. Studying hate. NCAA championship in women’s soccer. “Sweater weather” on the moon. What a year.
Q&A with Professor Kal Raustiala, whose new book illuminates the life and legacy of the only UCLA alumnus to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.
In each of the 29 states with abortion restrictions, Latinas are far more likely to be of childbearing age than non-Hispanic white women.
Potential action by the Federal Reserve will determine whether nation experiences a mild, short-lived recession in 2023, according to UCLA economists.
National survey of high school principals found that political conflict leads to declines in support for teaching about race, racism, and racial and ethnic diversity.
A UCLA report examines demographic and socioeconomic changes among Latino groups from between 2000 and 2020.
Patricia Turner discusses her new book, “Trash Talk: Anti-Obama Lore and Race in the Twenty-First Century”
The new Initiative to Study Hate kicks off with 23 projects that examine how hate manifests in the brain, online, in communities and who is most affected.
Greg Sarris, tribal chairman of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria, will speak at the law school on Indigenous People’s Day, Oct. 10.
Lynn Vavreck and Chris Tausanovitch discuss their new book, “The Bitter End: The 2020 Presidential Campaign and the Challenge to American Democracy.”
With the Supreme Court ruling on affirmative education looming, Gary Orfield’s book calls for race-conscious policies that can open the doors to educational opportunity for all.
UCLA study shows anxiety about a current pregnancy predicted shorter gestation times.
Preliminary findings from UCLA’s 2022 California Health Interview Survey also show drop in risk-reduction behaviors.
Inflation, rising interest rates and declining real wages are among the factors limiting growth, according to the latest UCLA Anderson Forecast.
UCLA Labor Center brings together 60 labor and immigration leaders for San Diego-Tijuana border tour
Visits to a migrant shelter and job training center illuminated how racial and labor justice intersect across borders.
A UCLA report looks at why Latinas left their jobs in large numbers during the pandemic and strategies for bringing them back into the workforce.
The nationwide database records and analyzes legislative, regulatory and administrative efforts at local, state and federal levels.
Support for Democrats remains strong among Latinos, but swing voters could prove the difference in some contests, UCLA report shows.
Richard Hasen will lead the Safeguarding Democracy Project, which will focus on ensuring that U.S. elections are free and fair.
The decision could have wide-reaching consequences for federal agencies’ ability to regulate industries.