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The NCLR Annual Report sheds light on how the Hispanic community is faring and presents some of NCLR's leading policies and programs creating vital change.
A statistical brief provides a broad analysis of the Latino data pertaining to an issue. It is more in-depth than a fact sheet.
Including presentations, proceedings, memoranda, and more.
A testimony is the detailed version of comments to be given before a legislative body. It is intended to outline an issue and explain how it affects the Latino community.
A cross-listing of our Spanish-language reports, fact sheets, and more.
A white paper is a detailed look at a specific policy within an issue area, thus providing insight into one piece of a larger system.
An issue brief provides an in-depth analysis of a standing issue area. The brief is meant to provide a greater understanding of the topic and how it can be improved to benefit the Latino community more.
Research reports provide comprehensive analysis of a particular issue affecting the Latino community at large and offer recommendations to improve the status quo.
A fact sheet concisely conveys appropriate facts about the Latino community as they pertain to a given topic or issue.
This study shows that Latino youth in the U.S. experience pervasive stereotyping based on assumptions about their ethnicity. This report looks at the perceptions and experiences of Latino
This publication is a collection of stories told to NCLR researchers by Latinos working in low-wage jobs throughout metropolitan Washington, DC. They illustrate the vulnerability and lack of
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
America’s Future: Latino Child Well-Being in Numbers and Trends was produced by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR) and the Population Reference Bureau (PRB). This data book offers a
Educational attainment is one of the strongest predictors of future earnings. However, for 42 percent of the country’s Latino youth, this traditional pathway to economic mobility is fraught with
"¿A Dónde Vamos?: Directions for Culturally Relevant Latino Community Involvement in HIV/AIDS Prevention and Services Research," a report produced by the National Council of La Raza (NCLR),
The strong presence of undocumented workers in the U.S. labor force illustrates the imbalance between the nation’s immigration system and current economic realities. This fact sheet challenges
Compared with presidential election voter turnout, midterm elections exhibit a decrease in participation across the electoral spectrum, including Latino voter turnout. Therefore, a more accurate
After the passage of Arizona SB 1070, there was great speculation that Arizona copycat laws would move quickly in other states. Emboldened by worldwide attention—and in spite of the damage to the
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