Professor and demographer Desi Small-Rodriguez sees the power in numbers in helping her community build a better future.
In its second year, the UCLA Initiative to Study Hate plans to fund new research teams and host a central research hub.
The digital platform provides comprehensive data on citizenship, health, education, employment and other topics, customizable for different Latino populations.
El nuevo Latino Data Hub de UCLA es un catalizador para el cambio en las comunidades latinas de los Estados Unidos
La plataforma digital incluye una amplia variedad de datos sobre ciudadanía, seguro de salud, educación, empleo y otras áreas temáticas, personalizadas por grupo de ascendencia latina.
California’s economic growth will continue to outpace nation’s, according to the the latest quarterly analysis from the UCLA Anderson Forecast.
The country’s Latino GDP surpassed $3 trillion for the first time in 2021, a new report by UCLA researchers and colleagues shows.
The report is aimed at ensuring access to the ballot for all eligible voters and enhancing the public’s confidence in the fairness of the election.
For more than 25 years since the passage of Proposition 209, UCLA has taken action to preserve the rich diversity of the campus environment.
In the wake of the decision, UCLA offers answers about campus admissions guidelines and the possible implications of the ruling.
Landmark 1960s anti-discrimination laws intended to increase wages for women may have been more effective than previously thought, UCLA research shows.
UCLA Anderson Forecast economists say Fed policy could still trigger a brief recession later this year.
Level of support for gender-neutral option on state IDs affected by political orientation, social context
UCLA sociologist Abigail Saguy found that LGBTQ+ and feminist activists support adding an “X” option on identification cards.
Is a college education still worth it? The chancellor and other panelists explored the question, as well as economic mobility and university rankings.
Researchers found that Afro-Latinos face worse outcomes in income, homeownership and other areas than non-Black Latinos.
More than 240 of them have been adopted, according to a new UCLA Law report.
Drawing from 18 years of data, the research points to increased safety overall, even as mass shootings have continued.
Except among its oldest citizens, the U.S. has higher death rates in all age groups than five high-income European nations.
After the Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade, the state partnered with UCLA to help women secure their reproductive freedom.
The latest UCLA Anderson Forecast finds that the relative strength of state’s economy is due in part to a healthy construction sector.
High-profile hearings will accompany March 2–11 events connecting U.S. social justice movements with struggles across the Americas.
Professor Kevan Harris will present his demographic findings at the Feb. 16–17 Iranian Diaspora in Global Perspective conference at UCLA.
In an interview, the UCLA professor of education also explores why some are trying to limit teaching about race and racism.
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.