Community Partners

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

UCLA Division of Social Sciences Exceeds Campaign Goal for Dean’s Fund for the Study of Diversity and Racial Inequality

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In light of the reawakened reckoning on racial justice issues and other historical and contemporary inequalities, the UCLA Division of Social Sciences is turning its attention and support to its graduate students. The newly established Dean’s…

CSW Gender, Race, and Age Behind Bars: Impacts of Long-Term Sentencing Event on Feb. 3

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UCLA Center for the Study of Women Presents: GENDER, RACE, AND AGE BEHIND BARS: IMPACTS OF LONG-TERM SENTENCING Wednesday, February 3, 2021 12:15 PM - 1:30 PM RSVP: csw.ucla.edu/behindbars Join us for a rare opportunity to hear from…

UCLA Professor Rodriguez-Lonebear Interviewed by Vice News Tonight

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Dr. Desi Rodriguez-Lonebear, assistant professor of sociology and American Indian Studies at UCLA, was interviewed on missing and murdered Indigenous women by "Vice News Tonight." This episode investigates how Indigenous women and girls…

UCLA History Professor Elected to Pulitzer Board

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Dr. Kelly Lytle Hernandez, professor of African American Studies, Thomas E. Lifka Endowed Chair in History and Urban Planning, has been elected to the Pulitzer Prize Board. This prize named after Hungarian-American journalist and newspaper publisher,…

UCLA Podcast “Then & Now” Analyzes the Election Aftermath

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UCLA's Luskin Center for History and Policy (LCHP) has continued to be a leading voice in connecting past to present. The center's "Then & Now" podcast has tackled some of the most challenge topics of the day by connecting them…

UCLA Labor Center Honored by the National Lawyers Guild of Los Angeles

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On November 15, the National Lawyers Guild of Los Angeles honored the UCLA Labor Center at its annual celebration. "For over 80 years, NLG has acted as a legal arm of social justice movements, working tirelessly to defend the rights of the most…