Uprooting systemic racism in health care starts with addressing the lack of diversity in the field.
Compared to a white woman, a Black woman has a 22% higher likelihood of dying from heart disease, a 71% higher likelihood of dying from cervical cancer and a 243% higher likelihood of dying from pregnancy or childbirth-related complications, according to NPR.
An event like the U.S. Capitol riots requires more than just criticism – it requires reflection and confronting some uncomfortable truths.
On Jan. 6, thousands of extremists flaunting Trump gear and Confederate flags stormed the U.S.
Politicians may not respect the importance of Election Day, but UCLA must.
Earlier this year, the California legislature failed to approve Assemblymember Evan Low’s Assembly Bill 177, which would have established Election Day as a state holiday.
It is a privilege to be able to turn off the news and continue with normal life. The videos depicting instances of police brutality from this past week are disturbing, horrifying and ugly.
While the symptoms of this global pandemic have become viral, so have discrimination and prejudice against minority groups.
Since mid-March, the Asian Pacific Policy & Planning Council and its partners have received around 1,500 reports of anti-Asian harassment.
Three students offered a taste of their environmentally friendly recipes ranging from risotto to tacos during a campus competition Tuesday.
The Semel Healthy Campus Initiative Center at UCLA hosted a sustainable recipe contest at the Northwest Campus Auditorium.
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