To Have An Informed Perspective, Seek Many

Who are we? As individuals? As a community? What questions keep us awake? What possibilities give us hope? Every/One brings us together to explore this and more. To go beyond stereotypes. To go beneath labels. To see each other, ourselves, our world in all our complexity.

Small Moments Can Have A Big Impact

By bringing people together to engage in conversation, exchange views and explore who we are, Every/One seeks to create micro-connections — moments that can create enduring bonds and new understandings among diverse Bruins.

An Engaged Community

Every/One creates opportunities for people of diverse backgrounds to engage each other, offer differing perspectives and share thoughtful interaction.

A Deeper Understanding

By bringing people together across lines of difference, we can forge a deeper understanding of who we are as individuals and as a community.

Programs

The ongoing mission of Every/One is to create micro-connections — experiences that create new understandings and enduring bonds among the individuals in our UCLA community. Here are some of the highlights to date.

Courses of Action

Students, faculty and staff gather to share an evening meal and the experiences, perspectives and ideas that have shaped who we are and who we aspire to be.

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Every/One's View

A shared space to explore the nuances of the pressing issues that impact our lives and our communities. Reflection and discussion helps us to better understand our complex world―and each other.

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Every/one's Pop-up

The Pop-Up kiosk appeared across campus, allowing students to interact via touch screen with the Hollywood Diversity Report from the Ralph J. Bunche Center.

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Thought Leadership

Researchers across campus are studying issues of diversity and difference, community and connection, from different vantage points. Here are some of the scholars leading the way.

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Welcome to Bruin Life

A powerful night from the UCLA Student Affairs and UCLA Art and Global Health Center, where incoming students share stories of self-discovery through spoken word, dance, music and theater.

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Courses of Action

Food for thought. Over dinner, students, faculty and staff share their thoughts and experiences. Whether we talk about how campus community is built or what mentors can do to help, we can learn from each other.

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How and Why Mentors Matter

April 20, 2016

As a current graduate student in the Student Affairs master’s program, it has always been a great opportunity and pleasure for me to attend networking events where I am able to learn more about others

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Every/one's View

Hear and be heard. Small and large groups have real discussions on important topics: the effects of implicit bias, how stereotypes affect us, how we can bring our common humanity to the fore. New groups, new topics, new views.

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Stereotypes: What You Think They Think Matters

February 29, 2016

On February 29, 2016, students, faculty and staff gathered for a faculty-led discussion on the multiple impacts of stereotypes. The evening challenged us to look beyond the ways we stereotype others

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Every/one's Pop-up

HOLLYWOOD DIVERSITY

Pop-Up Launched - March 27, 2016

A quick tour of the Hollywood Diversity Report using touch-screen technology. Extras included a short video with the researchers.

Every/one's Pop-up

The Every/One Pop-Up exhibit debuted in Spring 2016. The Pop-Up is a portable kiosk with three touch-screen insets that can be programmed with interactive content. The initial content showcased the Hollywood Diversity Report from the Bunche Center. Quizzes and graphs explored the question of how well the Hollywood entertainment industry reflects the actual demographics of the U.S. population.

Thought Leadership

Faculty researchers tackle the difficult questions of our time, often devising rigorous methods to measure phenomena such as the effects of stereotype or implicit bias, the extent of underrepresentation in Hollywood and the differences in outcomes among K-12 schoolchildren from different ethnic groups.

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Welcome to Bruin Life

What does it mean to be a “True Bruin?” Listen as UCLA students and alumni share stories of their personal transformations. You’ll discover what they learned, how they have shifted, intervened, spoken up and worked to create the Bruin Life they want to see.

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Welcome to Bruin Life

September 18, 2016

What does it mean to be a “True Bruin?” Listen as UCLA students and alumni share stories of their personal transformations.

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