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Letter in Support of Financial Education
NCLR wrote this letter to comment on the national strategy for financial education programming. NCLR has long advocated for the delivery of financial planning services to those of modest means. It has also advocated for ...
Letter of Opposition Against Vitter-DeMint Amendment to Banking Reform Bill
Letter to oppose the Vitter-DeMint amendment that proposes to strike done improved access to maintstream financial institutions.
Ask the Experts: Latino Nonprofit Leaders Respond to Economic Challenges
At the 2009 NCLR Annual Conference, executive directors from a number of NCLR's Affiliates gathered for a roundtable discussion on how to manage nonprofit organizations during tough economic times. Responding to a case ...
America’s Tomorrow: A Profile of Latino Youth
This statistical brief examines the status of Latino youth in the United States. Latino youth, who compose nearly 20% of all youth in the country, experience high levels of poverty, high dropout rates, low graduation rates, ...
Transcript for Next Steps: Funding Financial Counseling
This transcript examines how modest-income families stand to benefit greatly from financial planning services. However, such services can be expensive and are often out of reach for the average family. Decision-makers are ...
Letter to Congress from civil rights and labor leaders
The recommendations in the joint letter include: Fast-tracking the creation of jobs in the public sector that serve community-level needs. With a focus on distressed neighborhoods, unemployed and underemployed ...
No Carve-Outs for Auto Dealers
This two-page paper lays out reasons why auto dealers should not be exempt from banking reform legislation. Auto dealers are seeking special carve-outs on Capitol Hill under the bill: \Restoring American Financial Stability ...
Latinos and Health Care Reform: Pending Legislative Priorities
Download this publication to learn which policies NCLR is urging Congress to include in its final health care reform legislation.
Capable Workers, Not Enough Work
How is the construction industry faring as the economy begins to add jobs? This short analysis of April 2010 unemployment figures explains.
Prospects for Employment Growth
In response to a brewing crisis of confidence and to the painful economic realities Latino families are facing, NCLR, along with other civil rights and advocacy organizations, has worked to raise awareness of these trends ...