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THERE IS NO AMERICAN AGENDA WITHOUT A LATINO AGENDA

The UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute addresses the most critical domestic policy challenges facing Latinos and other communities of color through research, advocacy, mobilization, and leadership development to expand genuine opportunity for all Americans.
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Recent Projects & Reports

15 Facts About Latino Well-Being in New York
Data for Action Demography & Population Studies

15 Facts About Latino Well-Being in New York

Equity Gaps in Telehealth Use to Manage Chronic Conditions During COVID-19
Policy Report COVID-19

Equity Gaps in Telehealth Use to Manage Chronic Conditions During COVID-19

Differential Rights: How Abortion Bans Impact Latinas in Their Childbearing Years
Data for Action Gender & Sexuality

Differential Rights: How Abortion Bans Impact Latinas in Their Childbearing Years

Latina and Latino Candidates in the 2022 Midterms
Data for Action Democracy & Voting Rights

Latina and Latino Candidates in the 2022 Midterms

Voting Rights Project

Voting Rights Project

The UCLA Voting Rights Project is the flagship project of the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute aimed at creating an accessible and equitable system of voting for all Americans through impact litigation, research, and clinical education to expand access to the ballot box.

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Recent News & Press

Alan B. Rivera in Caló News: “Commentary: It’s past time for Kevin de León to resign”
Democracy & Voting Rights

Alan B. Rivera in Caló News: “Commentary: It’s past time for Kevin de León to resign”

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Paul Barragan-Monge in UCLA Newsroom: “UCLA Report Finds Abortion Bans Have Outsized Impact on Latinas “
Gender & Sexuality

Paul Barragan-Monge in UCLA Newsroom: “UCLA Report Finds Abortion Bans Have Outsized Impact on Latinas “

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David Hayes-Bautista in The Sun: “Latino family businesses thriving in Inland Empire”
Jobs & Labor

David Hayes-Bautista in The Sun: “Latino family businesses thriving in Inland Empire”

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Sonja Diaz in The Washington Post: “Karen Bass takes over a Los Angeles divided by crisis”
Democracy & Voting Rights

Sonja Diaz in The Washington Post: “Karen Bass takes over a Los Angeles divided by crisis”

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