Friday, May 24



Bruins for a Safer America, a bipartisan student organization that advocates for gun reform, partnered with the shoe company Toms to host the event to raise awareness about their #EndGunViolenceTogether campaign. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Student organization hosts event to raise awareness of gun violence campaign

UCLA students signed and stamped their handprints to a mural installation to promote gun control at an event Thursday. Bruins for a Safer America, a bipartisan student organization that advocates for gun reform, partnered with the shoe company Toms to host the event to raise awareness about their #EndGunViolenceTogether campaign. Read more...

Photo: Bruins for a Safer America, a bipartisan student organization that advocates for gun reform, partnered with the shoe company Toms to host the event to raise awareness about their #EndGunViolenceTogether campaign. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Bruins for a Safer America, a bipartisan student organization that advocates for gun reform, partnered with the shoe company Toms to host the event to raise awareness about their #EndGunViolenceTogether campaign. (Amy Dixon/Photo editor)

Thousands of protestors, including dozens of UCLA students, gathered in Downtown LA to show their support for women’s rights, but also immigrants’ rights, racial equality and healthcare reform. Turnout was lower than at the previous two Women’s Marches. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Attendees of Women’s March 2019 discuss inclusivity of feminist movement

The third annual Los Angeles Women’s March featured Cheeto-themed chants and posters, pink “pussy” hats and conversations about intersectional feminism. Thousands of protestors, including dozens of UCLA students, gathered in Downtown Los Angeles on Saturday to show their support for women’s rights, but also immigrants’ rights, racial equality and health care reform. Read more...

Photo: Thousands of protestors, including dozens of UCLA students, gathered in Downtown LA to show their support for women’s rights, but also immigrants’ rights, racial equality and healthcare reform. Turnout was lower than at the previous two Women’s Marches. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

Thousands of protestors, including dozens of UCLA students, gathered in Downtown LA to show their support for women’s rights, but also immigrants’ rights, racial equality and healthcare reform. Turnout was lower than at the previous two Women’s Marches. (Axel Lopez/Assistant Photo editor)

The UCLA Black Alumni Association and the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies hosted a social justice summit in which speakers, including Angela Davis and rapper Common, analyzed topics including mental health, music and activism. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

Angela Davis features at social justice summit, shares personal experience

Activist Angela Davis expressed hope for the future of social justice during a summit held at a school that had fired her twice. “It is young people, who have not had very much experience in this world, who have the hope, and who know they have to do something to change the world because otherwise they know they will not have a future,” she said. Read more...

Photo: The UCLA Black Alumni Association and the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies hosted a social justice summit in which speakers, including Angela Davis and rapper Common, analyzed topics including mental health, music and activism. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)

The UCLA Black Alumni Association and the Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies hosted a social justice summit in which speakers, including Angela Davis and rapper Common, analyzed topics including mental health, music and activism. (Daanish Bhatti/Daily Bruin)




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