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An Introductory Guide to The Subsector approach to Community Economic Development
The purpose of this document is to empower local Hispanic organizations/agencies to confront the economic obstacles facing their communities by taking a pro-active role in developing new opportunities.
NHLA Congressional Scorecard 105th Congress
The National Hispanic Leadership Agenda is pleased to present this scorecard of the 105th Congress. During the past four years, the NHLA has monitored closely the performance of the Clinton Administration in addressing ...
Hispanic Child Poverty: Signs of Distress, Signs of Hope
(The American Association for Protecting Children, 1990-12-04)
Hispanic children represent an increasingly important part of the United States and of its future economic, social growth, and stability. Hispanic children, like all children, need both an enriching environment and basic ...
Hunger and Poverty in the Hispanic Community
(Bread for the World Institute, 1994-1-12)
In the absence of comprehensive data on nutritional status in the United States, hunger trends can be understood in the context of poverty trends. These trends reveal that Hispanics, one of the nation's most diverse and ...