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The Latino Workforce
Although Latinos constitute a significant and growing share of the country's workforce, they regularly face higher rates of povery, unemployment, and low incomes.
Hispanic Education in the United States
Latinos and the Texas Criminal Justice System
This brief analyzes the most recent data related to Latinos and the criminal justice system in Texas, and underscores the disparities that exist between Latinos and others in terms of incarceration, release rates, and other ...
2004 KIDS COUNT – Puerto Rico Data Book
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 ...
Latinos and the Federal Criminal Justice System
A lack of adequate education, high poverty, and the need for healthy recreational activities contribute to overrepresentation of Hispanic Americans at all stages of the criminal justice system.
Children in Puerto Rico
This statistical brief draws on the most recent data, research, and analysis from various sources, including the U.S. Census Bureau, and examines data on population, family structure, poverty, education, and health issues, ...
Hispanic Perspectives (NCLR/Zogby Poll)
Across a multitude of issues, there is surprising uniformity of response among Hispanic adults. On the whole, the Hispanic community mirrors the general attitudes of the adult national population overall.
Hispanic Housing and Homeownership
Though Hispanic homeownership levels have increased, they still lag significantly behind that of White families. Stagnant and rising levels of discrimination and lack of formal relationships with financial institutions ...
Latinos in Georgia: A Closer Look
Responding to concerns over the lack of data on Georgia's fastest-growing community, the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) released \ Latinos in Georgia: A Closer Look,\ a demographic analysis of Georgia's Latino community, ...
Hispanic Women at Work
Considering Latinas' contributions to the economic well-being of the Hispanic community, and their current and growing contributions to the U.S. economy, it is critical to understand the key factors and barriers that shape ...