Katharine “Kitty” Young and Evan Mitchell Zepeda discovered their relatives, both civil rights icons, were longtime best friends.
race and ethnicity
The professor’s latest book uses creative nonfiction to show how one of the nation’s most divisive topics is bigger than money.
What prevents more Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islanders and Asian Americans from seeking mental health care?
Tailoring outreach by cultures, languages and nationalities could help increase utilization of services.
The UCLA Center for Health Policy Research and its network of partners will offer free assistance across the country.
The HSI initiative will be hosting a campus forum on nurturing Latino excellence on Feb. 22.
Since last fall, the danceline performance group has carved out a new space for Black inclusion at Bruin sporting events.
Read a curated selection of stories from across the UCLA campus spotlighting Black voices, histories and research.
‘Your voice matters too’: UCLA’s AJ Addae on the need for young Black scientists in the cosmetics industry
There’s an “inclusivity problem” when it comes to the testing and development of skin products, the doctoral student and entrepreneur says.
The couple’s gift will strengthen ethnic studies at UCLA and advance research in support of social justice.
Join Bruins across campus for public performances, art and discussions happening this month.
Eminent policymakers and scholars from across the country came together to explore law and policy challenges through a Latina lens.
With affirmative action under attack, historian Eddie Cole ponders the past as American colleges and universities barrel toward an uncertain future.
The Gold Shield/IAC Ethnic Studies Summer Internships program allows Bruins to get paid while working for a nonprofit.
In 2011, four Bruins pledged to serve Native communities — here’s where they are today.
Works from Melissa Cody are on display as part of the “Made in L.A. 2023: Acts of Living” exhibition at the Hammer Museum.
Professor and demographer Desi Small-Rodriguez sees the power in numbers in helping her community build a better future.
A UCLA study shows these facilities are much less likely than others to offer the full range of core cancer services.
10th annual Hollywood Diversity Report finds more top TV shows feature racially, ethnically diverse casts
Disability, race/ethnicity and gender representation in 2021–22 continued to lag in this industry deep dive across streaming, cable and broadcast.
Online UCLA calendar is dedicated to promoting campus programming around Indigenous intersectionality throughout the year.
The UCLA American Indian Studies Center selects Indigenous students, staff, faculty or alumni to profile in its monthly spotlight series.
Shannon Speed, director of the UCLA American Indian Studies Center, was named UCLA’s inaugural Paula Gunn Allen Chair in Gender Studies.
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.
UCLA’s new chair of Chicana/o and Central American studies sees universal lessons in highlighting the omissions and silences surrounding the history of the Americas.
This year’s Latinx Welcome for students celebrated the campus’s progress toward becoming a Hispanic-Serving Institution.