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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.

Featured Projects

Left Behind During a Global Pandemic: An Analysis of Los Angeles County Neighborhoods at Risk of Not Receiving COVID-19 Individual Rebates Under the CARES Act
Policy Report Health

Left Behind During a Global Pandemic: An Analysis of Los Angeles County Neighborhoods at Risk of Not Receiving COVID-19 Individual Rebates Under the CARES Act

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Effects of COVID-19 on California’s Vulnerable Communities
Policy Briefing & Webinar Health

Effects of COVID-19 on California’s Vulnerable Communities

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Struggling to Stay Home: How COVID-19 Shelter in Place Policies Affect Los Angeles County’s Black and Latino Neighborhoods
Policy Report Demography & Population Studies

Struggling to Stay Home: How COVID-19 Shelter in Place Policies Affect Los Angeles County’s Black and Latino Neighborhoods

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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.
Latino Policy & Politics Initiative

There is No American Agenda
Without a Latino Agenda