Since 1968, the observance of Hispanic Heritage Month has provided us with an opportunity to reflect on the accomplishments that Hispanics have achieved in America and on the contributions they have made to the nation.
In June, the Office of Personnel Management released the Federal Equal Opportunity Recruitment Program report. The report painted a “FEO” or “ugly” picture of the representation of Hispanics in the federal government.
Latino car wash workers at three Santa Monica facilities are suing their employers for allegedly refusing to give workers breaks and overtime pay.
Numbers show Latinas disproportionally impacted by unequal pay.
This week, the Washington D.C.-based non-profit Excelencia in Education released a report that lists the 25 colleges that see the most Latinos graduate from their institutions - many of them in the south.
Alfonso Cornejo is trying to do what has never been done in Cincinatti, he is building a bilingual student database to improve the job prospects of the city’s approximately 2,000 Latino students.