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Video: Project Fatherhood facilitates dialogue

“Bringing males of color together, that in itself is a huge accomplishment,” said Timothy McDaniel, a member of Project Fatherhood. Project Fatherhood, which takes place at the Jordan Downs Community Center in the Watts neighborhood of Los Angeles, is a multifaceted parenting program that benefits from its collaborations with Dr. Read more...

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Plastic Jesus is a Los Angeles-based artist whose artwork is inspired by popular culture, politics and news. His work, which will be on display in Kerckhoff Art Gallery until Feb. 1, aims to draw viewers attention to problems the artist sees in society, such as homelessness.

UCLA gallery exposes students to Plastic Jesus’ street art

A sign in Beverly Hills read“Stop making stupid people famous.” A makeshift grave marked victims of gun violence on Melrose Ave. A “Useless Plastic Box” was priced at $99.99 inside a Sherman Oaks Best Buy. Read more...

Photo: Plastic Jesus is a Los Angeles-based artist whose artwork is inspired by popular culture, politics and news. His work, which will be on display in Kerckhoff Art Gallery until Feb. 1, aims to draw viewers attention to problems the artist sees in society, such as homelessness.

Plastic Jesus is a Los Angeles-based artist whose artwork is inspired by popular culture, politics and news. His work, which will be on display in Kerckhoff Art Gallery until Feb. 1, aims to draw viewers attention to problems the artist sees in society, such as homelessness.

PROTEST STILL

Video: Strikers march through UCLA campus

“We are one people, we are one community and we will stand up for our rights,” said Thea Sircar, a UCLA political science doctoral candidate and teacher’s assistant, during a speech to a cheering crowd of AFSCME strikers and supporting UAW union members. Read more...

PROTEST STILL

Second-year neuroscience student Roozbeh Riahi, who takes photography under the alias Prince Rooz, creates photos essays, such as "Haven." The gallery came from Riahi's discovery of an abandoned lot covered in vibrant graffiti and garbage.

UCLA student ‘Prince Rooz’ explores photography, film and design

When 14-year-old Roozbeh Riahi was given his first camera by his father right before his summer trip to Barcelona, he took the photo that forever changed his life’s trajectory. Read more...

Photo: Second-year neuroscience student Roozbeh Riahi, who takes photography under the alias Prince Rooz, creates photos essays, such as "Haven." The gallery came from Riahi's discovery of an abandoned lot covered in vibrant graffiti and garbage.

Second-year neuroscience student Roozbeh Riahi, who takes photography under the alias Prince Rooz, creates photos essays, such as "Haven." The gallery came from Riahi's discovery of an abandoned lot covered in vibrant graffiti and garbage.


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