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  • 2000 NCLR Annual Report: Building on the Strengths of Our Communities 

    NCLR (2001-05-29)
    In 2000, NCLR embarked on a new journey.  We began to implement an organizational strategy that would bring together the skills, disciplines, and strengths of our staff and affiliate network to achieve \macro-level\ impact, ...
  • 2001 NCLR Annual Report: Securing the American Dream 

    NCLR (2002-05-29)
    The year 2001 began as a watershed year in the history of Hispanic Americans.  The Census 2000 figures confirmed that the nation's 35 million Latinos are now the nation's largest ethnic minority, while highlighting the ...
  • 2002 NCLR Annual Report: Investing in America’s Future 

    NCLR (2003-05-29)
    While Latinos have been intrinsically present throughout the history of the United States and for centuries prior to the founding of the nation, 2002 brought unprecedented recognition that the future of America's Hispanic ...
  • 2003 NCLR Annual Report: From Dream to Reality: Courage, Commitment, and Determination 

    NCLR (2004-05-29)
    NCLR has long contended that the Hispanic agenda is a quintessentially American agenda.  Despite its diversity, the Hispanic community shares key core values with the majority of Americans—a solid work ethic, personal ...
  • 2004 KIDS COUNT – Puerto Rico Data Book 

    Sonia M. Pérez; Nayda I. Rivera-Hernández (2004-08-02)
    Findings of an 18-month study on the status of children in Puerto Rico, released by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) as part of its KIDS COUNT - Puerto Rico Project, underscore the need for the Island to reduce teenage ...
  • 2004 NCLR Annual Report: Impact, Vitality, Courage 

    NCLR (2005-08-09)
    The institution of familia is and will continue to be a guiding force in our community.  As Janet Murguía became NCLR's new President and CEO, our highest priority was to work on strengthening the relationship NCLR has ...
  • 2005 NCLR Annual Report: Advancing Our Nation 

    NCLR (2006-09-14)
    Every service NCLR provides aims to move the entire nation forward by empowering Latinos to attain new levels of educational, economic, and social well-being.  That's why this years report focuses on just that: Advancing ...
  • 2006 NCLR Annual Report: Stronger Communities, Stronger America 

    NCLR (2007-06-18)
    Every service NCLR provides aims to move the entire nation forward by empowering Latinos to attain new levels of educational, economic, and social well-being.  For almost four decades NCLR has worked at both the local and ...
  • 2007 NCLR Annual Report: A Stronger America Together 

    NCLR (2008-04-10)
    NCLR and its Affiliates faced a relentless series of monumental challenges in 2007.  The theme of the 2007 Annual Report, \A Stronger America Together,\ represents NCLR's belief that the well-being of America's Latinos ...
  • 2008 NCLR Annual Report: Stronger American Communities 

    NCLR (2009-04-29)
    Though 2008 was a year of unprecedented challenge, NCLR responded with leadership, experience, and grassroots strength.  The 2008 Annual Report, \Stronger American Communities,\ commemorates just a portion of the dedicated ...
  • 2009 NCLR Annual Report: A New Era of Responsibility 

    NCLR (2010-05-18)
    For more than four decades, NCLR has aimed to better our nation by empowering Latinos at both the local and national levels.  In 2009, NCLR continued to fulfill this mission through its key role in the national civil rights ...
  • 2009 Policy Agenda: A Public Policy Briefing Book 

    NCLR (2009-03-03)
    Public Policy Briefing Book
  • 2009 Profiles of Latino Health: The Top 12 Questions About Latinos and Health Care 

    Ryan, Kara (2009-04-02)
    As families increasingly struggle to balance health care costs with everyday needs, nearly all Americans are acutely aware of the urgent need for comprehensive reform of our health care system. Latinos, who at 15% of ...
  • 2010 KIDS COUNT Data Book 

    The Annie E. Casey Foundation (2010-06-28)
    For 21 years, the Annie E. Casey Foundation has published an annual KIDS COUNT Data Book, compiling the best data available on children and families in our nation and ranking every state on the well-being of its kids. We ...
  • 2010 KIDS COUNT – Puerto Rico Data Book 

    Rivera-Hernández, Nayda; Andino-Ortiz, Verónica L.; NCLR (2011-03-02)
    The 2010 KIDS COUNT - Puerto Rico Data Book is an effort to collect and analyze child-focused data every year with the purpose of improving the well-being of Puerto Rico's youth.  It provides statistical information on the ...
  • 2010 NCLR Annual Report: Stronger Together 

    NCLR (2011-04-04)
    NCLR and its Affiliates were at the forefront of some of the most contentious national debates in 2010.  Whether in regard to health care reform or the controversial immigration laws on the rise throughout the nation, NCLR ...
  • 2010 Profiles of Latino Health: A Closer Look at Latino Child Nutrition 

    Ryan, Kara (2010-11-12)
    With childhood hunger and obesity recently reaching peak levels in the United States, policymakers at the federal, state, and local levels have recognized that the health of future generations is contingent upon improving ...
  • 2011 KIDS COUNT – Puerto Rico Data Book 

    NCLR; Rivera-Hernández, Nayda; Andino-Ortiz, Verónica (NCLR, 2013-06-24)
    The 2011 KIDS COUNT - Puerto Rico Data Book is an effort to collect and analyze child-focused data every year with the purpose of improving the well-being of Puerto Rico's youth. It provides statistical information on the ...
  • 2011 Latino Poverty Analysis 

    NCLR (2012-09-01)
    On September 12, 2012, the U.S. Census Bureau released new data measuring poverty in the U.S. during 2011. The statistics show that poverty declined among Latinos but was unchanged among all Americans. Latinos were the ...