Kelly Lytle Hernández’s ‘Bad Mexicans’ comes at a time when L.A.’s politics reckon with racism.
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Diplomats from Australia, Egypt, France, Mexico and Romania spoke during an International Education Week event.
UCLA staff members recommend works for education and entertainment to celebrate throughout November.
California legislators have invested $15 million in the Latina Futures, 2050 Lab and $1.5 million in the Hollywood Diversity Report.
The California Freedom Summer united University of California campuses, community colleges and community groups to register or pre-register more than 5,000 new voters.
Shirlee Smith wants you to know about the Black community that used to live in the neighborhood: ‘We were there.’
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”
Researchers found little evidence of change 18 months after the landmark Humphrey decision by the state supreme court.
Tejas Parasher, a comparative political theorist who joined the faculty this fall, teaches students how to question established paradigms.
Scholars agree that, even with ample evidence, prosecution could be extremely challenging at best.
Members of the campus community can examine the events in Iran and the world reaction with leading scholars from the U.S. and Europe.
Earlier this year, the UCLA professor won the John Bates Clark Medal, one of the most prestigious honors in his field.
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.
Professor Dana Cuff and colleagues wrote the legislation, which streamlines the development of affordable and mixed-income housing for teachers and support staff.
Immigration scholar Chris Zepeda-Millán draws inspiration from his grandparents and the migrant workers he’s met along his career.
Immigrants living in California are less likely to have a gun at home, more likely to fear gun violence
Survey by UCLA Center for Health Policy Research analyzes presence of firearms at home and concerns about gun safety.
A report by the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research highlights the urgent need for mental health services.
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.
The collaboration between the Islamic studies program and UCLA Library continues to enrich the field and the world.
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.