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      $2.3 Trillion
      Latinos living in the United States account for $2.3 trillion in economic activity.
      40%
      Over 40% of Blacks and Latinos reside in neighborhoods that lack basic necessities to shelter in place.

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    More than Solidarity: How Labor Unions Preserved Latino Jobs
    Policy Report Jobs & Labor

    More than Solidarity: How Labor Unions Preserved Latino Jobs

    Latinas Exiting the Workforce: How the Pandemic Revealed Historic Disadvantages and Heightened Economic Hardship
    Policy Report Jobs & Labor

    Latinas Exiting the Workforce: How the Pandemic Revealed Historic Disadvantages and Heightened Economic Hardship

    Disparities in the Distribution of Paycheck Protection Program Funds in California’s Congressional Districts
    Policy Report Mobility & Opportunity

    Disparities in the Distribution of Paycheck Protection Program Funds in California’s Congressional Districts

    Interactive Map- Disparities in the Distribution of the Paycheck Protection Program in CA
    Data for Action Mobility & Opportunity

    Interactive Map- Disparities in the Distribution of the Paycheck Protection Program in CA

    Latino Workers and Digitalization: An Analysis and Policy Roadmap to Building an Inclusive 21st Century Digital Economy
    Policy Report Mobility & Opportunity

    Latino Workers and Digitalization: An Analysis and Policy Roadmap to Building an Inclusive 21st Century Digital Economy

    Jobless During A Global Pandemic: The Disparate Impact of COVID-19 on Workers of Color in the World’s Fifth Largest Economy
    Policy Report Demography & Population Studies

    Jobless During A Global Pandemic: The Disparate Impact of COVID-19 on Workers of Color in the World’s Fifth Largest Economy

    News & Press

    Chon Noriega in The San Diego Union-Tribune: “Here’s why the first official figures on Latinos in the media look better than some expected”
    Mobility & Opportunity

    Chon Noriega in The San Diego Union-Tribune: “Here’s why the first official figures on Latinos in the media look better than some expected”

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    David Hayes-Bautista in ROI-NJ: “BofA study: Latino GDP in N.J. is $97B — and growing at much faster rate than overall state”
    Mobility & Opportunity

    David Hayes-Bautista in ROI-NJ: “BofA study: Latino GDP in N.J. is $97B — and growing at much faster rate than overall state”

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    UCLA LPPI LAUNCHES NEW LATINO-FOCUSED RESEARCH HUBS WITH FOUNDATION SUPPORT
    Democracy & Voting Rights

    UCLA LPPI LAUNCHES NEW LATINO-FOCUSED RESEARCH HUBS WITH FOUNDATION SUPPORT

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    Eric Avila in Los Angeles Times: “Opinion: The far right became a little more fascist this week. Did you notice?”
    Mobility & Opportunity

    Eric Avila in Los Angeles Times: “Opinion: The far right became a little more fascist this week. Did you notice?”

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    LPPI Research Library

    Research Library

    Our research library provides access to our original research, policy reports, and other assets to expand the understanding and attention to Latino issues.

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