Community Partners

Recent posts that review some of the ways in which we engage with our community partners.

New Study Finds a Substantial Number of Californians Are Working Before Becoming Homeless

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February 27, 2020 --- A new report released today by the California Policy Lab at UCLA sheds light on the employment histories of people before, during, and after receiving homelessness services in Los Angeles. By studying enrollment and…

International Prize of History Awarded to UCLA Professor Subrahmanyam

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UCLA History Professor Sanjay Subrahmanyam, Distinguished Professor & Irving and Jean Stone Endowed Chair in Social Sciences, was recently awarded the International Prize of History by the International Committee of Historical Sciences…

"Black on Both Sides" Listening Party -- VIDEO

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In case you missed it: *On December 13, 2019, in a one-of-a-kind listening session at the Hammer Museum, UCLA musicology professor Shana Redmond brought together critics, scholars, and musicians to reflect on the creativity and significance…

Reflecting on the Study of Indigenous Languages at UCLA

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American Indian Studies at UCLA is an interdisciplinary IDP with a long history of working with and for tribal communities. When it was announced by UNESCO that it would celebrate this year of Indigenous Languages as important repositories…

L.A. Social Science Story: Interview with UCLA Communication Alum Michael Allen, '86

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The LA Social Science e-forum interviewed UCLA Department of Communication alum, Michael Allen, ’86. During this interview, LA Social Science learned more about Mr. Allen's LA Social Science Story. LA Social Science would like to thank…

Working Families in Focus: Photo Exhibit and Film Shorts in the Heart of Los Angeles

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By Janna Shadduck-Hernández, Project Director, and Marisol Granillo Arce, Graduate Student Researcher UCLA Labor Center On October 24, 2019, filmmakers, photographers, poets, and musicians of color presented their original works on the…