Artist Rebeca Méndez created a poster for the League of Women Voters and the American Institute of Graphic Arts.
Nation, World + Society
Voter suppression measures tend to disproportionately affect communities of color. Professors urge members of the public to take action.
UCLA Health’s Dr. Annabelle de St. Maurice tells us what the public needs to know about casting ballots during COVID-19.
Alden Young is a historian whose research focuses on how politics intertwines with economic development.
While COVID-19 spurs a desire for mailed ballots, research led by a UCLA professor suggests that mail-in results largely mirror in-person outcomes.
UCLA anthropology professor Jason De León is raising awareness about the stories of the people who migrate across the Sonoran Desert between Mexico and the U.S.
UCLA’s Laura Gómez, a renowned scholar of race and ethnicity, provides essential context for today’s politics in “Inventing Latinos: A New Story of American Racism.”
A new UCLA report is intended to dispel a common misconception that immigration policy is a top-of-mind issue for Latino voters.
Shannon Speed, director of UCLA’s American Indian Studies Center, notes that for the first time there are mainstream calls to finally address structural inequality.
Courts in Texas and Pennsylvania sided with arguments made in reports prepared by members of the project.
In a survey by UCLA and United Food and Commercial Workers OUTreach, most said their local unions take action to protect LGBTQ members.
The name “UCLA César E. Chávez Department of Chicana and Chicano and Central American Studies” was approved for the 2019-20 academic year.
Thrower, professor emeritus of geography at UCLA and a passionate world traveler, died Sept. 2 at his home in Pacific Palisades.
A UCLA Luskin Center for History and Policy report tracks the state’s history of restricting and expanding the franchise.
A new UCLA report recommends that state and local officials develop plans to retrain members of the Latino workforce for jobs in the digital economy.
Economists say the positive outlook is partly due to consumers and businesses quickly adapting to virtual commerce.
Executives, journalists and even a Bruin football player are pursuing a degree that provides professionals a leg up in legal issues.
Lane Ryo Hirabayashi, 67, passionate advocate for honesty about the incarceration of Japanese Americans
Hirabayashi was the first professor in the United States to hold an endowed chair focused on the wartime confinement of Japanese Americans.
The linguistic anthropologist is co-editor of a new book that brings together 27 academics to analyze and understand the language of our political moment.
The gift is the largest ever contribution that a tribe has made to a law school and one of the biggest in history from a tribe to a university.
The ambitious paper illuminates the barriers to success that limited many of the city’s residents even before COVID-19 but have been exacerbated since the pandemic began.
A new film by two UCLA faculty members focuses on volunteers who search the Sonoran Desert for undocumented migrants who have died.
500 UCLA students volunteer to provide academic support to K-12 students across L.A. County through the UCLA Pritzker Center for Strengthening Children and Families.
Binder co-founded and was the driving force behind UCLA Law’s trailblazing experiential education program from its inception in 1970.
Professor Aslı Bâli offers insight into activism in Turkey by way of a social media selfie trend.