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.
Hispanic women represent the most passionate and proactive shopper segment searching for the best deals across all retail channels, according to WSL/Strategic Retail, an authority on shopper behavior and retail trends.
What the country's first Latina Cabinet secretary can teach us about women in business, the value of affirmative action, and the culture of Washington.
Hispanics will account for three-quarters of the growth in the nation’s labor force from 2010 to 2020, according to new projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
A survey released Wednesday found the majorities of Latino voters opposed politicians interfering in personal, private decisions about abortion.
A new study by the Retail Action Project has data that shows a dramatic gender gap in wages in the retail industry — one in which black and Latina women are hit the hardest.
There are many, many top executive Latinas in the entertainment industry, which is why this list is particularly worrisome as it perpetuates the idea that there are no qualified candidates to be considered for the honor.
A delegation of women leaders from over two dozen national human rights organizations traveled to Georgia to spend today and tomorrow speaking out against the recent anti-immigrant laws passed in that state.
Throughout the years, there have been tales of women who came to this country thinking they were headed for a better life only to be put into situations where they had no choice but to sell their bodies for sexual purposes – often with some man gaining the profit from her physical activity.
Tea Partier Allen West cited the movies “300” and “The Last Samurai” while instructing a conservative women’s group on their role in society, which he said is to raise strong men. In his speech, addressing a “Women Impacting the Nation” (W.I.N.) meeting in Boca Raton, the politician used the portrayal of the ancient society of Sparta in the film “300” as an example, heralding Spartan women for their role in rearing sons for a strong army.
The U.S. has often been dubbed the “nation of immigrants” and this is no less true today. However, the face of immigration has drastically changed while policies and practices have failed to adapt. There is a long history of immigrant men seeking opportunity in—well—the land of opportunity by working to provide for families, often left behind in their countries of origin. No longer is this the singular scenario.