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November 2015

Financial Access and Services Are Essential for Immigrant Integration

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This article details key findings from a series published by the National Council of La Raza, entitled Profiles on Latinos and Banking. The series analyzes the data from the previously published report entitled Banking in Color: New Findings on Financial Access for Low- to Moderate-Income Communities.
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January 2005

Know Your Rights on Your Job: Workplace Discrimination Overview

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This document, in Q&A format, provides basic information on hiring discrimination, workplace safety, health care, language rights, wages and hours, joining a labor union and law enforcement actions.
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Financial Counseling: A Meaningful Strategy for Building Wealth in the Latino Community

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This brief puts context, particularly for the Latino community, to financial education initiatives. Access to financial planners (beyond education programming) is a primary theme. Current policy efforts and recommendations for improvement are made.
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Financial Education in Latino Communities: An Analysis of Programs, Products, and Results/Effects

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This report includes a snapshot of the economic status of Latinos in the U.S., a research review, an overview of Hispanic-focused financial education efforts, challenges and opportunities of reaching Latino consumers, and elements of successful programs.