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The Road to College: A Parent’s Guide to Ensuring Children are College-Ready
This publication is presented as a guide for parents to ensure their children will be college ready after graduating from high school.
Latinos Overrepresented in High-Unemployment Occupations
Latino Employment Status, December 2009
The State of the Latino Workforce: March, 2010
As of February 2010, the Latino unemployment rate stood at 12.4%, nearly three percentage points higher than the total unemployment rate. Download this PowerPoint presentation to learn one reason why.
Recommendations to Include Latinos in Climate Change Legislation
Latino workers, taxpayers, and families all have a stake in federal climate change legislation. Policymakers should take into account Latino priorities as they debate energy policies that will impact the entire nation's future.
Social Security: What the Latino Community Should Know
IT'S YOUR MONEY, IT'S YOUR FUTURE
Cambios en las transferencias de dinero: las nuevas protecciones para las remesas
Spanish translation of Wiring Change: How New Protections in the Remittance Market Can Help Families
Latino Policy Priorities for Energy and Climate Change
As the fastest-growing segment of the workforce—and among the hardest hit by the recession—Latinos have much at stake in the design and implementation of new federal energy and climate change policies. The aspects of the ...
A Wake-Up Call: Latino Youth Speak Out About Arizona SB 1070
A Wake-Up Call: Latino Youth Speak Out About Arizona SB 1070 , is a short publication summarizing the outcome of a forum held during the Líderes Summit at the NCLR 2010 Annual Conference with 150 Latino youth leaders about ...
Recession Drives Up Poverty Levels Among Latino Families
The U.S. Census Bureau released the latest poverty statistics on September 16, 2010. The new data for 2009 show record increases in poverty among all Americans, reflecting the job losses associated with the recession. The ...
Latino State Fact Sheet
This series profiles Latinos in the 35 U.S. states with the largest Latino population, largest proportion of Latinos, and the largest growth in the Latino population from 2000 to 2008. The most dramatic Hispanic population ...