A UCLA report highlights the need to protect essential workers and expand economic assistance in high-poverty areas.
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The analysis used data from California and New York to better understand the nature and magnitude of the economic disruption.
Torres, a labor organizer and lawmaker who was among the first Latino congressmen from California in the 20th century, will receive the campus’s highest honor on July 22.
Professor Patricia Turner reflects fondly on getting to spend time with one of her heroes, the civil rights icon who made a career out of getting in “good trouble.”
Marcus Hunter, UCLA professor of sociology and African American studies, collaborated on the draft of a recently introduced congressional resolution.
A policy brief calls for the creation of a national rapid-response team to guide schools as they weigh in-person, online or hybrid learning models.
A UCLA study found that more than half of countries don’t protect workers who report discriminatory treatment based on race or ethnicity.
Plans include a Black Student Resource Center, new faculty positions, fellowships, fundraising and research support.
A UCLA study finds low Latino turnout in districts that could decide presidential contest, control of Congress.
As the coronavirus pandemic has exposed feelings of xenophobia and highlighted societal inequities, UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion and Vice Chancellor Jerry Kang are working to find solutions.
A look at the accomplishments of UCLA’s Office of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion it its first five years and what’s to come.
During the pandemic and the trauma of racist killings, Bruins have shown compassion, courage and resilience.
In this Q&A, historian Brenda Stevenson helps explain the special relevance the holiday commemorating the end of slavery has this year.
Hajar Azzam, a recipient of the Chancellor’s Service Award, wants to create work that promotes peace and justice.
2020 graduates represent the spirit of UCLA’s Institute of American Cultures.
A new UCLA report recommends that California extend economic recovery funding to all workers.
Their experiences in community building and organizing will serve them well in an uncertain time.
Researchers also launch Nationscape Insights website, where readers can analyze how Democrats, Republicans and independents view key 2020 issues.
Priscilla Stephanie Molina’s family inspired her success at UCLA and her plans to become a psychiatrist, so underserved communities receive culturally sensitive care.
Spain Bradley is an expert in international law and human rights, and a scholar, educator and advocate who is passionate about promoting equity, diversity, inclusion and human dignity for all.
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.
Faculty leaders voice their support for those fighting to end state violence against people of color
The heads of academic units dedicated to social justice renew their commitment to ensuring their research, teaching and service are not complicit with the expansion of the police state.
In an open letter, deans and faculty members recommit to promoting diversity.
Having witnessed the struggles of her own family and others, Melissa Rios learned early on how education, poverty and health are linked.
TranslateCovid.org is an effort by the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health and Asian American Studies Center to help vulnerable communities.