Tag: Latino

Joaquin Castro

New Research Shows a Continued Lack of Hispanic and Latinx Representation in Movies, Media and Publishing

In a bit of disheartening news in the midst of Hispanic Heritage Month, a new government study has confirmed that Latinx individuals are vastly under-included and underrepresented in many parts of the media world. Astrid Galvan of the Associated Press reported on the study from the U.S. Government Accountability Office,…

KPMG and the Latino Corporate Directors Association Examine Latino Representation in the Boardrooms of U.S. Corporations.

Originally Published by KPMG Latino representation on Fortune 1000 boards KPMG and the Latino Corporate Directors Association examine Latino representation in the boardrooms of U.S. corporations. The importance of the Latino community to the U.S. economy cannot be overstated. Latinos comprise just over 18% of the US population1 and this percentage…

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TIAA Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month with a Focus on Career Growth in the Hispanic/ Latino Community

Via TIAA press team In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month, TIAA hosted several events in September and October that educated and entertained employees about the Latino culture and community. Hispanic Heritage Month starts September 15, which marks the independence of many Latin American countries, and ends on October 15….

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Student Debt a Large Contributor to Racial Wealth Gap, Study Finds

A study by the Institute on Assets and Social Policy (IASP) found student debt disproportionately affects Black people, leading to the large wealth gap between Black and white people. The report, authored by Laura Sullivan, Tatjana Meschede, Thomas Shapiro and Fernanda Escobar found that 20 years after starting college, the…