Women’s Activist Lives in Los Angeles is a series of interviews done by graduate research assistants under the auspices of UCLA’s Center for the Study of Women. The series addresses the diverse ways in which women’s social movement activities affected public policy and transformed civic institut...
UCLA professor of anthropology. Activist for LGBTQ rights and labor unionization.
UCLA vice-chancellor of faculty relations and professor of law. Deputy general counsel for the McCone Commission, which investigated the causes of the 1965 Watts riot in Los Angeles, and founding member of the Western Center on Law and Poverty.