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Profiles of the Latino Workforce: What Are Some Ways to Reduce the Risk of Dying on the Job?
The competitiveness of thousands of American businesses depends on the contributions of low-skilled workers. However, outdated labor protections, a dysfunctional immigration system, and weakened federal investment in ...
Cómo ahorrar dinero y tiempo y preparar comidas nutritivas
Guías útiles para hacer compras de comida saludables dentro de su presupuesto.
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Hispanic Home Care Workers
This report describes the characteristics of home care workers and overdue regulatory reforms that would improve wages and quality of care in this vital industry.
The State of Latino Nutrition in Texas: How Latino Children and Families Are Faring in the Lone Star State
A look at food insecurity, healthy food access, and the intersectionality of poverty and hunger in Latino community in Texas. This profile also looks at the disparities impacting the ability of Latino children and families ...
The State of Latino Nutrition in California: How Latino Children and Families Are Faring in the Golden State
A look at food insecurity, healthy food access, and the intersectionality of poverty and hunger in Latino community in California. This profile also looks at the disparities impacting the ability of Latino children and ...
Monthly Latino Employment Report: Safer Jobs for a Better Economy
This report contains an analysis of the latest employment figures and the president's 2013 budget on the topic of worker health and safety.
How to Save Money and Time
A bilingual handout on how to make health-conscious shopping choices and stay within your budget.
2015 Profiles of Latino Health: A Closer Look at Child Nutrition
With updates to a 12-part series first produced in 2010, Profiles of Latino Health: A Closer Look at Latino Child Nutrition provides the latest research and data on issues affecting Latino child nutrition.
Latino Children's Coverage Reaches Historic High, But Too Many Remain Uninsured
Recently released data from the U.S. Census Bureau examining health insurance coverage rates in 2015 found that, during the two-year period from 2013-2015, Latino children’s uninsurance rates experienced the largest two-year ...
The Affordable Care Act and the Latino Community: What’s at Stake in Repeal without Replace?
A look at the impact of the Affordable Care Act on the Latino community and the potential implications if the law were to be repealed.