Over its 50 years, the UCLA Labor Center has emerged as a historic social justice institution in Los Angeles. It has provided critical support to labor issues and forged deep partnerships between worker centers and unions. It has been a safe space and ground zero for the immigrant youth movement. And the UCLA Labor Center’s programs have led countless young people to dedicate their lives to social change and become the next generation of labor leaders.
A new health resource guide for immigrant and refugee communities is available.
Meet the DRC’s new team members: Cuauhtemoc Salinas Martell, Gaby Gil, and Jessica Olivares.
We spoke with our Project Director who is leading CAREatWork to learn more about this timely endeavor.
The UCLA Dream Resource Center is looking to hire an Alumni Coordinator and two Project Coordinators.
Denise Panaligan is currently a Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) recipient and is passionate about immigrant rights, working with young people, and education.