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The Future of Banking
The Future of Banking: Overcoming Barriers to Financial Inclusion for Communities of Color This report seeks to better understand the limitations of the current financial system and identify areas for innovation. It is ...
Quicksand: Borrowers of Color & the Student Debt Crisis
Student debt is a significant drag on the entire economy as it depresses the purchasing power of millions, preventing people from starting families, investing in their own businesses, going back to school, and buying homes. ...
Calling It Home: Latino Rental Housing Affordability
This report provides key findings from the interviews with these households, including first, the rental experience of Latino families, specifically the general experience of Latinos as renters. Second, this report ...
Decade of Success for Latino Children’s Health Now in Jeopardy
After years of progress following the implementation of major coverage provisions under the ACA, the rate of uninsured Latino children decreased to a historic low of 7.7 percent in 2016. Unfortunately, progress to reduce ...
Latina Teachers and the “BA Challenge:” Impacts and Conditions of Increasing Requirements in Early Childhood Education
In 2018, UnidosUS conducted policy research on Latina teachers working in ECE settings operated by our Affiliate organizations. Our primary purpose was to examine the “BA Challenge,” namely: the concern that Latina ECE ...
Creating and Sustaining Preschool Children’s Sense of Belonging in the Classroom
In 2018, UnidosUS conducted ten focus groups with ECE teachers among our Affiliate organizations operating preschool programs. The focus groups involved 94 participants from across the U.S., working in state pre-K and ...