With seven weeks until the election Republican candidate Mitt Romney’s potential gender gap with women faces a new hurdle in the Latino community.
Latina adolescents must not only deal with typical teenage problems, they must also navigate the role of their ethnicity in their identity. Their rates of depression and suicide are high.
According to a study by the Population Reference Bureau (PRB) in 2007, before the recession, 12 percent of Latino men returned home. The figure has now grown to 21 percent. For Latinas the figure only increased from 9 to 11 percent.
Latina women make 62 cents for every dollar made by an average white male, according to the Department of Labor.
The suspense continues on how the Supreme Court will render its ruling on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act.
While nearly every state in the nation has seen some level of attacks on women's health care and immigrant communities, Arizona seems to be vying for first place in the Oppressor Olympics.
If you turn the spigot and a trickle comes out, you might have a pipeline problem. We have leaky pipes when it comes to Latino males and their college-going and graduation rates.
BabyCenter en Español polled more than 400 Hispanic moms and found some revealing facts about Latina moms and their toy-buying habits.
Quiara Alegria Hudes’s play “Water by the Spoonful,” about an Iraq war veteran struggling to find his place in the world, has won the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for drama.
Numbers show Latinas disproportionally impacted by unequal pay.
A recent report released by the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement underscores the need for CIR to protect one of the most at risk segments in our labor market.
Overall, Hispanic women have a lower incidence of breast cancer, but among those who develop the disease, prognosis and survival are poor.
Pay below the national average persists among the majority of Latino women, who earn, on average, 40 percent less than white non-Hispanic men, according to the Labor Council for Latin American Advancement.
Governor Brown and the California National Guard have announced the promotion of Col. Sylvia R. Crockett to the rank of brigadier general in a ceremony at the state Capitol in Sacramento on Wednesday, March 28th.