When times are tough, everyone reins in spending. But for low-income youth, the ubiquitous smart phone is not part of the cost-cutting equation.
Racist attitudes continue to be passed down to Mexico’s children, according to a video released by a federal government agency in the country last week as part of a campaign to fight racism.
The degree to which the immigration debate has coarsened over the last few years is no more evident than in the pages of the recently released fifth edition of the New American Heritage Dictionary. Among the new entries is the term “anchor baby.”
Unemployment among Latinos remained the same between October and November, while for the general U.S. population it fell to a two-year low, according to the Labor Department.
So far this year, 34 states have introduced laws that would make it harder for more than five million eligible voters to cast ballots in 2012, 12 passed.
A new report titled "Left Back: The Impact of SB 1070 on Arizona's Youth," is based on over 70 interviews in seven different schools in Pima County, that summarizes the perspectives of teachers, parents, and students themselves on how young people have been impacted by the law's passage
Latino youth are one of the fastest-growing segments of the population in the United States, poised to fill the workforce gap as millions of baby boomers retire over the next decade. Yet, achieving economic mobility remains out of reach for as much as 42% of Latino youth who face numerous barriers to academic and career success and are dropping out of high school at persistently high rates.