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Federal Programs Lift Millions of Families from Communities of Color Out of Poverty
For more than 50 years, anti-poverty programs have helped ensure that working families are lifted out of poverty when times are tough or their wages are too low for them to be able to make ends meet. These programs are ...
Federal Programs Lift Millions of Latinos Out of Poverty
For more than 50 years, anti-poverty programs have helped support working families when times are tough, or their wages are too low for them to be able to make ends meet. These programs are collectively known as the “social ...
Latinos in Texas: Protecting and Defending Progress in the Lone Star State
Hit particularly hard by the economic crisis, Hispanic Texans have seen commonsense policies put in place and their hard work begin to pay off following the Great Recession. Gains across several economic indicators point ...
Latino Housing Policy Priorities
This fact sheet illustrates the priorities of Latinos in the housing market including barriers to homeownership and gentrification induced displacement. It is intended to serve as a resource to policymakers and stakeholders.
Latinos in Nevada: Protecting and Defending Progress in the Silver State
Hit particularly hard by the Great Recession, Hispanic Nevadans have seen commonsense policies put in place and their hard work begin to pay off. Gains across several economic indicators point to improved economic security ...
Latinos In Colorado: Economic Standing of Latino Families in the Centennial State
Hit hard by the economic crisis, Hispanics in Colorado have seen their hard work pay off following the Great Recession. Gains across several economic indicators point to improved economic security for Latinos, despite ...
Educational Equity: Latino and English Learner Success in Arizona
Arizona has an opportunity to ensure the state’s future economic success by advancing policies and practices that support the educational achievement of Latino students who represent a large share of the K-12 population ...
FY21 Federal Budget: Title III Support for English Learners
The English learner (EL) population grew by 11.35% between 2009 and 2016, but Title III funding—the only federal funding stream dedicated to the teaching of ELs—has decreased by 9.4% since 2009. Latinos are overrepresented ...
Health and the Latino Community: A Framework for Assessing Health Reform Proposals
Every person in the United States should have access to quality, affordable health coverage and care. The nation’s well-being and economy are increasingly reliant on Latino contributions and will falter if Latinos cannot ...