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  • La Desigualdad Persiste: Informacion Reciente Sobre la Juventud Latina en el Sistema de Justicia 

    NCLR; Campaña para Justicia Juvenil (2009-09-18)
    La Campaña por la Justicia Juvenil y el Consejo Nacional de La Raza (NCLR por sus siglas en inglés) dieron a conocer un informe titulado \Los Niños Invisibles de Estados Unidos:  La Juventud Latina y el Fracaso de la ...
  • La ley para un país seguro y una Inmigración Ordenada de 2005 resumen 

    NCLR (2005-09-19)
    El 12 de mayo de 2005, los senadores John McCain (R-AZ) y Edward Kennedy (D-MA), y los representantes Jim Kolbe (R-AZ), Jeff Flake (R-AZ), y Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) presentaron la Ley para una InmigraciÓn Ordenada y una ...
  • Labor Day 2008: A Snapshot of the Latino Workforce 

    NCLR (2008-08-28)
    Labor Day is an opportunity to recognize the importance of Latino workers to the American economy.  Millions of Hispanic workers fill the ranks of jobs left open by an increasingly educated and mobile workforce, sustaining ...
  • Lajas Snapshot, 1990/2000 

    NCLR (2009-03-19)
    Characteristics of children and youth in Puerto Rico, by municipio.
  • Landmines in the Credit Card Landscape: Hazards for Latino Families 

    NCLR (2009-02-20)
    Lack of regulatory oversight in the credit card industry has allowed yesterday's unscrupulous practices to become today's acceptable sources of profit for credit card issuers.  Low-income Latinos often use credit cards for ...
  • Lares Snapshot, 1990/2000 

    NCLR (2009-03-19)
    Characteristics of children and youth in Puerto Rico, by municipio.
  • Las Marias Snapshot, 1990/2000 

    NCLR (2009-03-19)
    Characteristics of children and youth in Puerto Rico, by municipio.
  • Las Piedras Snapshot, 1990/2000 

    NCLR (2009-03-19)
    Characteristics of children and youth in Puerto Rico, by municipio.
  • Latino Child Well-Being List of Indicators 

    NCLR (2010-06-10)
    The report, America’s Future: Latino Child Well-Being in Numbers and Trends, was coauthored by the Population Reference Bureau and integrates a range of key factors and outcomes in demography, citizenship, family structure ...
  • Latino Children's Coverage Reaches Historic High, But Too Many Remain Uninsured 

    Georgetown University Health Policy Institute Center for Children and Families; NCLR; Schwartz, Sonya; Chester, Alisa; Lopez, Steven; Vargas Poppe, Samantha (NCLR, 2016-12-14)
    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 ...
  • Latino Children’s Health and Well-Being: CHIP Makes All the Difference 

    Ryan, Kara (2009-02-06)
    The Children's Health Improvement Program (CHIP) is crucial to the health and well-being of Latino children.  Hispanic children are disproportionately uninsured, making up one-fifth (21.2%) of all U.S. children, but ...
  • Latino Children’s Health and Well-Being: SCHIP Makes All the Difference 

    Ryan, Kara (2007-10-02)
    The State Children's Health Improvement Program (SCHIP) is crucial to the health and well-being of Latino children.  This fact sheet presents key evidence that CHIP has the potential to further close the health coverage ...
  • Latino Community Insights: Financial Access and Inclusion 

    Collins, Amelia (2016-06-30)
    NCLR surveys the Financial Services Advisory Council, comprised of 10 NCLR Affiliates, to gain insight into how Latinos are accessing financial services and how banking institutions serve the community.
  • Latino Community Insights: Prepaid Cards 

    Collins, Amelia (2016-06-30)
    NCLR surveys the Financial Services Advisory Council, comprised of 10 NCLR Affiliates, to gain insight into how prepaid cards are benefitting the Latino community and how they could be improved.
  • Latino Credit Card Use: Pitfalls of Safety-Net Spending 

    NCLR (2009-02-20)
    Latinos use credit cards as their safety nets.  This makes Latinos more vulnerable to penalty fees, high rates, and abusive lenders.
  • Latino Employment Status, April 2009 

    NCLR (2009-05-08)
    In April, 2009, the national unemployment rate rose to 8.9%.  While this figure is dire, unemployment in many communities surpassed the 9.0% mark months ago; April unemployment was 11.3% for Latinos and 15.0% for African ...
  • Latino Employment Status, April 2010 

    Singley, Catherine (2010-05-12)
    How is the construction industry faring as the economy begins to add jobs? This short analysis of April 2010 unemployment figures explains.
  • Latino Employment Status, July 2009 

    NCLR (2009-08-10)
    In July 2009, Latinos were the only group to see a slight rise in their unemployment rate, a change of 0.1 from 12.2% to 12.3%.
  • Latino Employment Status, June 2009 

    NCLR (2009-07-07)
    The unemployment rate fails to provide a complete picture of how the recession is impacting workers.  In addition to laying off employees, numerous businesses are cutting workers hours, forcing many employees into part-time ...
  • Latino Employment Status, March 2009 

    NCLR (2009-04-03)
    The following facts and figures use data from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics to illustrate how Latinos are faring in the economic recession.