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The Affordable Care Act Gives Latinos Greater Control Over ...

health reform for latINoS The Affordable Care Act Gives Latinos Greater Control Over Their Own Health Care. WHITEHOUSE.GOV/HEALTHREFORM

Building Our Understanding: Culture Insights; Communicating ...

Building Our Understanding: Culture Insights Communicating with Hispanic/Latinos Building Our Understanding: Culture Insights; Communicating with Hispanic/Latinos

Winning the Future IMPROVING EDUCATION FOR THE LATINO ...

Latinos are the largest and fastest growing minority group in the U.S. yet have the lowest education attainment levels. In his State of the Union, the President made it clear that the most important contest this country faces today

Preparing for the Future: Latinos' Financial Literacy and ...

Preparing for the Future: Latinos' Financial Literacy and Retirement Planning Gia Barboza, Karen Richman and Wei Sun ╪ Table of Contents Introduction 4 What is Financial Literacy?

30 Years of HIV in Hispanic/Latino Communities: A Timeline

1983 – CDC reports that 14% of all cases reported for that year are among Hispanics/Latinos* 1984 – Dr. Robert Gallo identifies HIV as the cause of AIDS

A Lifeline for Blacks and Latinos With Serious Health Care Needs

A Lifeline for Blacks and Latinos With Serious Health Care Needs A Lifeline for Blacks and Latinos With Serious Health Care Needs American Diabetes Association • American Lung Association • Families USA Joint Center for Political and Economic Studies National Association for the Advancement ...

THE PORTRAYAL OF LATINOS AND LATINO ISSUES ON NETWORK ...

national association of hispanic journalists network brownout report the portrayal of latinos and latino issues on network television news, 2005

The Hispanic Population: 2010

Hispanics or Latinos: 2010 (For information on confidentiality protection, nonsampling error, and definitions, see www.census.gov/prod/cen2010/doc/sf1.pdf

Cancer Facts &

Cancer Facts & Figures for Hispanics/Latinos 2009-2011 1 Introduction According to the US Census Bureau, 45.5 million Amer icans, or 15% of the total US population, identified

Investing in Higher Education for Latinos Payoffs for State ...

By Brenda Bautsch July 2011 In the aftermath of the Great Recession, states are attempting to revitalize their economies. A traditional way to do that is to assess the state's human capital: Who is in the workforce?