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Correlation between discrimination and anti-immigrant policies "chilling" following President-elect Donald Trump's hard-line immigration proposals.
Unexpectedly, Latino voters in Florida, a critical state to win the election, favored Trump in a greater margin than in other states.
Latinos are the fastest growing group of eligible voters. NALEO Educational Fund is helping this group take action in the upcoming election.
Mayor of Huachuca City, Arizona, outraged by Border Mayors Association event invitation written in English and "Spanish/Mexican."
NFL's "Rooney Rule" seems to be working. For the first time, a Latino head coach and Black quarterback on the same team will play in the Super Bowl.
Fans mock boneheaded Golden Globes tweet.
During GOP debate Trump touted President Eisenhower's methods to deport undocumented immigrants "way south."
President Obama said in an interview the “awakening around the country” to problems in race relations offers him an opportunity to “shape the debate.”
Research suggests a life of uncertainty led by children of undocumented immigrants is negatively affecting their mental health, potentially leading to disorders.
The New Jersey governor joined other states in a challenge to Obama’s immigration actions with little in the way of publicity, enraging activists and callously ignoring the plight of mixed undocumented families
FOX’s Outnumbered hosts think immigrant cultures and women “having sex like a man” are behind the growing number of births to cohabiting, unmarried adults.
The mom of a Latino student at Coronado Middle School in Texas says she was told her son’s haircut could be considered gang-related.
DiversityInc Top 50 companies remain ahead of the Fortune 500 when it comes to having members of underrepresented groups as CEOs.
Recent analyses of Census data indicate that a lack of diversity exists in police departments around the country.
The Task Force on 21st Century Policing examines the perception of biased policing in Black and Latino communities.
The purpose of the initiative at the company’s East Hanover campus was to share insights with special needs young adults about career possibilities and to help build a diverse local future workforce.
Why is the National Hispanic University, the country’s first accredited Latino-focused university, closing at the end of the 2014–2015 academic year?
While Latinos have been known to live longer than most other Americans, their children may not follow the same pattern. A new, large-scale study explains why.
Last month, the Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities (HACU) hosted a roundtable featuring U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and leaders of more than a dozen Hispanic-Serving Institutions (HSIs) to discuss President Obama's commitment to make college more affordable.
In one of the nation's most heavily Latino states, a survey finds that only 10 percent of pediatricians offer full autism screening in Spanish.
Will this trend result in greater diversity in corporate workforces?
Ernst & Young Global Chairman & CEO James S. Turley Keynotes ALPFA Convention Scholarship Luncheon & Joins in Event Activities to Support Latino Advancement
Ernst & Young LLP awards $25,000 in student scholarships and sponsors Convention and Scholarship Luncheon to further its commitment to developing Latino students and professionals.