More than 20 student organizations have endorsed a student government resolution calling on UCLA to rename a campus landmark after a Native American tribe that originally inhabited Los Angeles.
No one said change comes easy.
But at UCLA, change comes painstakingly slow – to the unfortunate detriment of its students.
The past few months have borne witness to the protests and reforms of a growing racial justice movement, all amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
This post was updated Aug. 6 at 7:59 p.m. to include the NWWNC’s vote in support of renaming Campbell Hall.
UCLA community members are calling on the UCLA administration to rename Campbell Hall to honor two Black activists who were killed inside the hall in the 1960s.
UCLA is considering terminating two scholarships offered by a Confederacy heritage group.
The United Daughters of the Confederacy’s California Division currently offers two scholarships to students at the University of California who are descendants of either a Confederacy veteran or a Confederacy veteran’s sibling: the Lulie C.
The Los Angeles chapter of Black Lives Matter held a protest in solidarity with those organizing in Portland, Oregon, to voice their concerns about police brutality and the deployment of federal police across the nation.
Students across the University of California system are spreading hope through music.
In the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic, three UC students were inspired to create the organization Food For Hope in order to combat food insecurity.
Hundreds of protesters chanted in Westwood on Sunday in solidarity with protesters in Portland, Oregon.
The Black Lives Matter Los Angeles Chapter organized the protest, held at the Federal Building on Wilshire Boulevard, to show their opposition to federal police stationed in Portland.
A group of UCLA faculty says the university’s plan to address police violence represents a renewed commitment to policing and fails to work meaningfully toward divestment.
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