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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 ...
Next-Generation Latino Agenda: A Guide for Candidates
We advocate for policies that lead Latinos and the nation toward greater equity.
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 ...
Investing in Our Future: The State of Latino Children and Youth—Proceedings
As Latino children and youth continue to drive the growth of the Latino community and the nation as a whole, these publications provide an overview of the most pressing issues for this population as they were addressed at ...
Building Wealth in a Troubled Economy: A Symposium on Latino Wealth-Building Opportunities
A Symposium on Latino Wealth-Building Opportunities
Talking Points on the “Legal Immigrant Children’s Health Improvement Act”
Legal Immigrant Children’s Health Improvement Act
Reality Check: Latino Community-Based Organizations Consider Green Jobs
On May 15, 2009, NCLR convened a roundtable meeting of 13 NCLR Affiliates to discuss training Latino workers for green jobs. Participants hailed from nearly every region of the country and ranged in programmatic experience ...
WFD activities at 2008 NCLR Annual Conference
Naturalization Fee Increase Individual Model Comment
Letter template from individual to send in opposition of the increase to immigration and naturalization fees proposed by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) on February 1, 2007.
Making Your Taxes Work for You
The workshop, \Making Your Taxes Work for You,\ held at the 2006 NCLR Annual Conference in Los Angeles, California, provided an opportunity to discuss how the tax system currently affects Latinos and how Latino taxpayers ...