Traveling Exhibit: UCLA: Our Stories, Our Impact

As part of UCLA’s yearlong 100th birthday celebration, UCLA: Our Stories, Our Impact will launch on October 3! Please join us as we celebrate the opening of UCLA: Our Stories, Our Impact, which is a traveling multimedia exhibit that will highlight the role of UCLA and its alumni in advancing equity and equality in America. This exhibit will stay at the Kerckhoff Art Gallery from October 3 to 17, 2019. Stay updated:

UCLA Native Bruins (Alumni) are featured in this exhibit, including:
Kevin Hale (Diné, BA in Sociology ’16, MSW in Social Welfare ‘18)
Mercedes Dorame (Tongva, BA in American Literature and Culture ‘03)
Natalie Stites Means (Cheyenne River Lakota/Crow Creek Dakota, UCLA JD '07)

This project is led by the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, the Labor Center, and the Chancellor's Advisory Council on Immigration Policy, in partnership with the Institute of American Cultures, the American Indian Studies Center, the Asian American Studies Center, the Bunche Center for African American Studies, and the Chicano Studies Research Center.