Social justice protests across Los Angeles have seen progress for their demands, but their work is not complete, some community leaders and advocates said.
Hundreds marched around the city for the Black Lives Matter movement after George Floyd’s death in Minnesota police custody last year.
This post was updated May 31 at 12:31 p.m.
Isaac Bryan won the state Assembly’s 54th District seat special election with a majority vote, the California Secretary of State’s office announced Thursday.
For fourth-year psychobiology student Kriseira Lamas, her commute to UCLA on LA Metro’s transportation lacks guaranteed safety.
Her experience is not uncommon; many UCLA commuter students face crimes ranging from inappropriate groping to assaults while commuting to and from campus via public transportation.
It’s a word that has taken on new meaning during a time of isolation.
For many, connection is now riddled with disconnection. But in a year that has tested the human spirit in many ways, we haven’t stopped connecting.
The North Westwood Neighborhood Council is the official neighborhood council representing Westwood Village and UCLA to the Los Angeles City Council. Council meetings are held each month and open to the public via Zoom.
This post was updated March 30 at 8:32 p.m.
Los Angeles County qualified for a less-restrictive tier of the state’s reopening plan Tuesday, and will allow more businesses to reopen and reduce restrictions on indoor capacity limits starting Monday, state officials announced.
More than 200 individuals experiencing homelessness were displaced at Echo Park Lake, leading to protests attended by the UCLA community starting Wednesday.
Protests on Wednesday and Thursday led to clashes between 400 police officers and around 200 demonstrators – LAPD declared the assembly unlawful on both nights and arrested 182 individuals, including three members of the media.
A UCLA staff member is planning to run for a California State Assembly seat that includes the Westwood area.
Isaac Bryan, the director of public policy at the UCLA Ralph J.
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