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 higher education and senior scholar at the UCLA Higher Education Research Institute.
This series documents efforts to secure quality education for Black students in
the Los Angeles area in the years 1950-2000. This includes the issues of integration/desegregation, increasing the numbers of Black teachers and administrators and the struggle against discriminatory hiring practic...
Deputy superintendent for the Los Angeles Unified School District and first principal of Locke High School in South Central Los Angeles. Architect and a founder of the Young Black Scholars Program.