The interconnectedness of identity issues and their collective power was a recurring message for the 2018 Students of Color and Allies Policy Forum, which took place April 7 at the California African American Museum. The theme of the event, organized by USC Price School of Public Policy students, was “Reclaiming our Roots: Identity and Resistance […]
The Price School of Public Policy’s master’s and certificate programs in social justice were highlighted in a USC News story about USC’s Bohnett Residential College, which is home to students who share a commitment for helping solve important social issues such as homelessness, gun violence and college access.
USC Trojan Family magazine highlighted the Los Angeles Police Department's partnership with the USC Price School of Public Policy and the USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work to train officers to deal with some of the biggest social problems – including mental illness, homelessness, human trafficking and domestic violence – and build bridges with […]
USC Price alum Adam Daneshgar landed his ‘dream project’ with the purchase of downtown Los Angeles’ Grand Central Market. Daneshgar MRED ’09 noted that the iconic L.A. location showcases the city's cultural diversity, and that he “wanted to keep that value instilled in the market going forward.”
Aura Garcia wasn’t looking to make a career change, but when Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti called she couldn’t turn down the opportunity to represent her northeast San Fernando Valley community and her Guatemalan/Latino heritage. Garcia, a graduate from the USC Price School of Public Policy’s Executive Master of Leadership program, accepted an appointment by […]
Testifying before the Congressional Black Caucus Task Force on Foreign Affairs and National Security, USC Price School of Public Policy Professor Erroll Southers asserted that a recent FBI assessment on the threat posed by Black Identity Extremists lacks merit.