Latina Futures: Transforming the Nation Through Law & Policy is a one-and-a-half-day symposium at the world-class UCLA Luskin Conference Center featuring prominent Latina scholars, attorneys, policy leaders, and law students from across the country to foster a multi-generational leadership pipeline that spotlights today’s 21st-century legal challenges and opportunities with a Latina lens.
On Wednesday, June 21st, the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute presented a short briefing of our latest report during our “Latino Representation in Media: Driving Inclusion in the Press,” webinar.
UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute (LPPI) hosted its fourth annual California Latino Legislative Policy Briefing and Luncheon in Sacramento. Featured speakers included Dr. Melissa Chinchilla, Dr. Veronica Terriquez, Dr. Arturo Vargas Bustamante, and Berenice Nuñez Constant.
Join the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute (UCLA LPPI) on Tuesday, September 20 for a webinar event discussing extreme heat as a climate justice issue, its disproportionate impacts on Latinos, and emerging responses to protect the health and safety of frontline communities living under climate change.
Join UCLA LPPI, the California Latino Legislative Caucus, HOPE, and CA State Senator Monique Limón for a discussion on the importance of demographic diversity in state appointments.
Join the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute (UCLA LPPI) on Wednesday, August 31 for a webinar event discussing the continued attacks on reproductive freedoms and the important role of Latinas in the fight to advance reproductive justice and the right to self-determination.
Join the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute and the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program on Tuesday, April 19 to discuss the 2022 midterm election Latino candidates in Florida, their platforms, their electoral base, the issues taking center stage during the race, and what political news in Florida has national implications for the rest of the country.
Join a panel of national Latino leaders who will discuss the research findings of a new report on Latino representation within the L.A. Times and why inclusion in media is important for the Latino community.
Join the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute and the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement for a conversation with national labor and political leaders to discuss how unionization and protecting the right to organize can support COVID-19 economic recovery efforts and improve opportunities for the nation’s diverse Latino communities.
Join the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute for a panel discussion with the journalist who are keeping a spotlight on the Latino experience and on why it matters for the future of the nation.
Join the UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute for a conversation with Congressional leaders, migration policy experts, and advocates to discuss the challenges and opportunities ahead with implementing comprehensive immigration reform.
Join the UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Institute and the Samuel Proctor Oral History Program for a conversation with leaders on the ground mobilizing the future of Florida’s electorate.
Join voting rights practitioners, expert witnesses, and legal scholars from around the country for sessions to workshop the substantial and procedural pathways to protecting the right to vote during the 21st century.
UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute (UCLA LPPI) hosted a webinar that explored how undocumented immigrants are particularly vulnerable to disasters and require special consideration in emergency planning and relief efforts.
A conversation with national political leaders on the future of Black and Latino social movements, intersectional politics.
In line with LPPI’s mission, this convening will craft a 2020 Latino Agenda that speaks to the needs of vulnerable communities of color and addresses the spectrum of policy areas that directly impact the health and safety, political voice, and economic opportunity of Latinos and other similarly-situated communities of color.
On November 12th, UCLA LPPI brought together Latina elected officials from Arizona, California, Colorado, Nevada, and New Mexico for a discussion about Latino political power and the upcoming 2020 elections.
The UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute (UCLA LPPI) and SEIU California hosted a webinar on the outsized role of workers in COVID-19 relief and recovery efforts, as we reimagine a social safety net that protects and supports our frontline workers.
LPPI and the California Latino Legislative Caucus co-hosted a briefing where key leaders and scholars shared solutions to address the issues facing the Latino community.
UC faculty presented evidence on addressing California’s Latino physician workforce shortage. Cal-IHEA and LPPI aim to facilitate productive discussion about policies and solutions to address the Latino physician shortage and support Latino physicians currently in medical practice.
The UCLA Luskin Summit held a session focusing on mobilizing, engaging, and serving the immigrant and Latino community in LA.
The UCLA Latino Policy and Politics Institute (UCLA LPPI) hosted a webinar to discuss the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on California’s most vulnerable communities.
Summary: Representatives from the Voting Rights Project and the Latino Policy and Politics Institute at UCLA Luskin will talk about the importance of vote-by-mail programs during the November general election amid the coronavirus pandemic. As the ongoing public health crisis raises concerns about voter turnout, particularly in underserved communities and for voters of color, how…
LPPI and UCLA VRP hosted a webinar to discuss the importance of vote-by-mail programs amid the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.
LPPI hosted a symposium with Latina leaders from across the southwest to discuss the power of Latina leaders in politics.
We are CA, Somos CA convened local leaders and advocates of the Latino community to celebrate the 25 years since the removal of Proposition 187.
LPPI and UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs co-hosted the symposium, “Demography, Redistricting and Power,” where leaders and scholars convened to discuss the growing electoral power of Latinos.
LPPI welcomed prominent Latino leaders for a conversation on how to increase Latino representation at all levels of government amid the changing demographics of the US.
UCLA Luskin School of Public Affairs hosted a conference to discuss the importance of unity and organizing among the Latino community.
The UCLA Law Review held a symposium with leading scholars and practitioners of criminal justice to provide unique perspectives on how Latinos fare in the criminal justice system.
LPPI and the Aspen Institute Latinos and Society Program co-hosted an event highlighting the importance of the Latino electorate in 2018 and future elections.
LPPI and NALEO co-hosted a symposium where elected officials discussed effective policies for the Latino community.
In 2019, LPPI and the California Latino Legislative Caucus co-hosted a briefing where key leaders and scholars shared solutions to address the issues facing the Latino community.