En colaboración con el Departamento de Historia de UCLA, el Centro Laboral de UCLA estrenó el corto animado: Soy Un Trabajador Joven. El corto explora las experiencias de los trabajadores jóvenes usando el poder del arte y datos cuantitativos. El
As a result of a lack of economic opportunities, widening inequality, and rising housing costs, the Black community in Los Angeles is experiencing a jobs crisis. This report looks at the experience of the Black community in Los Angeles through a labor and employment lens.
We had a conversation with Marques Vestal, a UCLA student and teaching assistant for this year's Community Scholars Program, on this year's theme "Building a Theory & Practice for Black Liberation in Los Angeles"
Dream Summer Alumni Spotlight: Daniel Alejandro Leon-Davis
Dream Summer Cohort: 2013
Host Organization: Advancement Project, Washington, D.C.
Daniel Alejandro Leon-Davis is at the front lines of changing the narrative around human rights, centering the too often rejected
What makes someone get involved in their community? How do community members become engaged? Not just during election season, but everyday, how do communities come together to solve problems? Re:Work Radio’s new episode, Block by Block, takes a deep dive