Housing, Equity, and Community Series
The annual series is a collaboration between the Lewis Center, the Institute on Inequality and Democracy at UCLA Luskin, and the UCLA Ziman Center for Real Estate, and features panel discussions and film screenings over the course of the academic year. The 2018-19 series kicked off with Rent Control and Proposition 10 on October 24, and the rest of this year’s series will be announced soon. Watch full videos of previous installments on our YouTube channel.
From the Lewis Center and our partners:
Fall Speaker Series: Lys Mendez & Marla Westervelt of Bird
UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies
Our Shared Solar Future: Expanding Access Through Community Solar
UCLA Luskin Center for Innovation
UCLA Institute on Inequality and Democracy
For several years, the Lewis Center has partnered with the UCLA Institute of Transportation Studies to produce the Lake Arrowhead Symposium and Downtown Los Angeles Forum, both focused on the connections between transportation, land use, and the environment. This year’s Arrowhead Symposium tackled the tensions between public transit and private mobility services, while the DTLA Forum covered housing costs and scarcity. Moving forward, the Lewis Center remains a proud sponsor of the Arrowhead Symposium and will launch a new signature DTLA event of our own in 2019. Stay tuned for more details!