A survey co-published by UCLA reveals the impact of COVID-19 and the struggles some faced in accessing recovery funds.
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The latest California Health Interview Survey quantifies the impact of pandemic, racial tensions and other challenges.
With the world at a crossroads, UCLA Arts’ ‘10 Questions’ series returns to ask, ‘If not now, when?’
The public lecture-academic course will virtually bring together 30 people from campus and the community.
Marissa López’s app, “Picturing Mexican America,” will display archival images of 19th century Mexican L.A. connected to the user’s location.
A UCLA study shows that in the 2000s, physicians prescribed opioids more frequently to whites suffering from back pain than to patients of color.
Damion Thomas, a curator at the largest museum of African American culture, uses sports to tell the story of race relations.
The downtown L.A.–based center provides students, energy and research to dozens of unions in Los Angeles.
A UCLA study also found that Black and Latino union workers had higher wages than their counterparts in non-union jobs.
Anna Spain Bradley, vice chancellor for equity, diversity and inclusion, on what she’s learned after a year and what’s ahead.
The tennis icon spent his life fighting for the oppressed. A new oral history collection tells his story.
A $2.5 million grant from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation will support two databases aimed at advancing equitable policy solutions.
UCLA faculty helped compile and analyze data used in the Alliance for a Better Community’s Latino Scorecard.
The celebrated leader in philanthropy and advancing social causes was also the founding chair of the center’s board of advisors.
Gidra, which began at UCLA’s Campbell Hall in 1969, helped fill a media void by providing detailed historical context as well as personal narratives.
A pair of UCLA studies reveal many don’t believe they need help, even if they report having psychological symptoms.
The $250,000 earmarked in the 2021-22 budget is part of the state’s investment in entertainment industry’s ecosystem.
The NIH-funded project aims to increase COVID-19 testing access and uptake for underserved and vulnerable populations.
The gift marks the largest contribution to date to the Chicano Studies Research Center.
A UCLA Center for Health Policy Research brief notes that a looming shortage of dentists in the state could exacerbate the problem.
UCLA sociologist Karida Brown says the next and more important step is to protect voting rights and support reparations and anti-racist policies.
The totem’s cross-country journey is meant to inspire people to care for the Earth, protect sacred Indigenous lands and to respect the sovereignty of Native tribes.
UCLA’s Eddie Cole says the full history of how enslaved Black people in the U.S. became free is not a feel-good story, which makes it vital to understanding history.
Latinas were more likely than other groups to drop out of workforce during pandemic, UCLA study finds
The trend “could cost the U.S. economy billions of dollars,” said report co-author Kassandra Hernández.
Going beyond mere words and good intentions, Chandra Ford is finding solutions to the problem of racism in health care.
Alumna will hold appointments in urban planning and the department of Chicana and Chicano and Central American Studies.