Despite protections, landlords seek to evict tenants in Black and Latino areas of South L.A.

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Despite new anti-eviction rules passed in response to the novel…

Keeping the Lights and Heat On: COVID-19 Utility Debt

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In collaboration with the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation,…

Transportation Trends Report: Capturing a Year of Pandemic Travel

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Although transportation agencies were hopeful that the pandemic…

Ong’s Research on the Asian American Experience Highlighted

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As a part of Asian American and Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander…

The COVID-19 Pandemic Housing Crisis: Identifying Owner-Vulnerable Neighborhoods in California

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had enormous economic impacts, including…

COVID-19 Death and Vaccination Rates for Latinos in New York City

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Done in collaboration with the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics…

NEW: Prototype Transportation Disparities Mapping Tool

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A recently released prototype mapping tool developed by the UCLA…
(Scott Suchman for The Washington Post/food styling by Lisa Cherkasky for The Washington Post)

Comfort and Connection and AAPI Employment Disruptions

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To celebrate Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month,…
KEEPING THE LIGHTS AND WATER ON: COVID-19 AND UTILITY DEBT IN LOS ANGELES’ COMMUNITIES OF COLOR

Keeping the Lights and Water On: COVID-19 and Utility Debt in Los Angeles’ Communities of Color 

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A new report authored by the UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation…
Mario Ramírez Garcia, 10, listen as his teacher addresses the class during distance learning in the bedroom he shares with his sister on April 23, 2021. According to their father, the internet connection at their Oakland home cuts out about twice a week, which is especially frustrating to the kids when they are taking tests. Photo by Anne Wernikoff, CalMatters

Analysis shows why millions of California students lack broadband

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The COVID-19 pandemic has had significant impacts on the state…