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Archived Black Los Angeles News

The Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies and affiliated faculty have been featured in news media in Los Angeles, throughout the nation, and around the globe.  Please find past links to this news coverage below focused on the Black Los Angeles Project. April 21, 2010 UCLA book ‘Black Los Angeles’ chronicles city’s African American history, issues Click here […]

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R.I.P., Don Cornelius (1936 – 2012)

R.I.P., Don Cornelius (1936 – 2012)

http://news.yahoo.com/soul-train-host-don-cornelius-dead-suicide-151615571.html

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Archived College Access Project for African Americans (CAPAA) and Related Issues in the News

The Ralph J. Bunche Center for African American Studies and affiliated faculty have been featured in news media in Los Angeles, throughout the nation, and around the globe.  Please find past links to this news coverage below focused on CAPAA and affirmative action issues. September 30, 2007 The New Affirmative Action Click here November 6, 2006 Killing Affirmative Action Click […]

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“Circle of Thought” Lecture Series

“Circle of Thought” Lecture Series

[fgallery id=2 w=300 h=350 t=0 title=”Circle of Thought”] In the Spring of 1999, the Bunche Center re-introduced Circle of Thought, a lunchtime speaker series designed to provide a diverse campus audience with an opportunity to hear about the groundbreaking and exciting research of UCLA faculty, graduate students, and visiting scholars on African American Studies, in an informal setting.  Lectures are […]

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Library Collection

The Bunche Library and Media Center has a plethora of materials in various formats accessible to faculty, researchers, and students. Library materials are non-circulating. Materials may not be checked out of the library or used elsewhere. Search the UCLA Library Catalog for commercially released materials or follow the links below. Please call or email to confirm desired materials are available […]

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Archival Collections

The Library and Media Center collects primary source materials pertaining to African American lived experience. Black people have long been subjected to oppressive actions regarding their history and legacy. Primary source materials that would document Black perspectives, achievements and contributions have been lost and destroyed. Additionally, materials that document Black people who hold other marginalized identities alongside their blackness are […]

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Black Los Angeles Research Publication

Black Los Angeles Research Publication

BLACK LOS ANGELES American Dreams and Racial Realities Edited by Darnell Hunt and Ana-Christina Ramon “A true masterwork of urban studies. Taken together, these wide-ranging, diverse, original essays significantly expand our understanding of the African-American experience in Los Angeles. With breathtaking scope and vision, Black Los Angeles is a brilliant example of cutting-edge scholarship and a powerful corrective to the […]

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Staff

Ralph J. Bunche Center Staff Members Darnell Hunt Director 160 Haines Hall 310.205.7462 dhunt@soc.ucla.edu Ana-Christina Ramon Assistant Director & Associate Researcher 174 Haines Hall 310.794.4997 acramon@bunche.ucla.edu Jan Freeman Manager 160 Haines Hall 310.206.8009 jfreeman@bunche.ucla.edu Yolanda Jones Front Office Coordinator 160 Haines Hall 310.825.7404 yjones@bunche.ucla.edu Veronica Benson-Cole Business Coordinator 143 Haines Hall 310.206.5293 vbenson@bunche.ucla.edu Dant’e Taylor Research Analyst 143 Haines Hall 310.825.4023 […]

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Special Projects

Special Projects

  The Special Projects Unit is responsible for the development and implementation of cultural and informational programming that enriches the experiences of the UCLA and broader Los Angeles communities through a variety of outreach vehicles. A central component of Special Projects is an active symposium and lecture series focusing on topics of local, national, and international significance. Among the events […]

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Thurgood Marshall Lecture

Thurgood Marshall Lecture

To highlight the importance of celebrating and maintaining the civil rights tradition, in 1986 the Bunche Center inaugurated the Thurgood Marshall Lecture Series on Law and Human Rights. Named for Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall, the series pays tribute to his brilliant record of civil rights advocacy by presenting an annual public lecture by a distinguished scholar, legal practitioner, or […]

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