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    Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source

  • How to Be an Effective Teleworker
    Many employers and employees are shifting to telework structures. For some, conducting business from home may be a new adventure, … Continue reading How to Be an Effective Teleworker → The post How to Be an Effective Teleworker appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source.... Read more »
  • How Superstar Candidates Know if a Company is Right for Them
    It’s all about how you interview. But not in the way you might think. By Jeff Haden You need to … Continue reading How Superstar Candidates Know if a Company is Right for Them → The post How Superstar Candidates Know if a Company is Right for Them appeared first... Read more »
  • Why Diversity Matters: The Benefits of Recognizing Overlooked and Untapped Talent
    By Santura Pegram Growing up, most of us were taught that brilliant innovators of everything from electricity to the lightbulb, … Continue reading Why Diversity Matters: The Benefits of Recognizing Overlooked and Untapped Talent → The post Why Diversity Matters: The Benefits of Recognizing Overlooked and Untapped Talent appeared first... Read more »
  • The Wilke Family Foundation Grants $1 Million to American Indian College Fund to Grow Computer Science Programs at Tribal Colleges
    Jeff Wilke, CEO of Worldwide Consumer at Amazon, knows the difference technology can make. As a boy growing up in … Continue reading The Wilke Family Foundation Grants $1 Million to American Indian College Fund to Grow Computer Science Programs at Tribal Colleges → The post The Wilke Family Foundation... Read more »
  • Where Are the Hispanic Executives?
    By JD Swerzenski, Donald T. Tomaskovic, and Eric Hoyt Many organizations have prioritized workplace equality and access to high-paying, executive … Continue reading Where Are the Hispanic Executives? → The post Where Are the Hispanic Executives? appeared first on Hispanic Network Magazine | A Hispanic News Source.... Read more »
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    Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project

  • Appendix: Immigrant eligible voters by state
    The post Appendix: Immigrant eligible voters by state appeared first on Pew Research Center's Hispanic Trends Project.... Read more »
  • Methodology
    In this report, we analyzed the detailed demographics and geographic distribution of immigrants who are eligible to vote in the 2020 presidential election. The term “eligible voters” refer to persons ages 18 and older who are U.S. citizens. This report’s analysis is based on Pew Research Center tabulations and projections... Read more »
  • Acknowledgments
    This report was written by Abby Budiman, Research Analyst, Luis Noe-Bustamante, Research Assistant and Mark Hugo Lopez, Director of Global Migration and Demography Research. Editorial guidance was provided by Neil G. Ruiz, Associate Director of Global Migration and Demography Research; Jeffrey S. Passel, Senior Demographer; Jens Manuel Krogstad, Senior Writer... Read more »
  • 2. The nation’s most populous states are home to most immigrant voters
    The four states with the largest eligible voter populations – California, New York, Florida and Texas – are also home to most immigrant eligible voters. Together, these states hold over half (56%) of the nation’s immigrant voters. California has the largest immigrant eligible voter population by a large margin. In... Read more »
  • 1. U.S. immigrants are rising in number, but just half are eligible to vote
    Not all immigrants are U.S. citizens, and as a result, not all immigrants are eligible to vote in federal elections.4 Between 2000 and 2018, over 10 million adult immigrants have gained citizenship and become eligible to vote, raising the share of the foreign-born population that can vote to about half... Read more »
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    La Plaza

  • Latino lawmakers criticize Trump White House meeting with Mexico’s López Obrador
    Latino lawmakers and a national Latino group are blasting President Trump for scheduling a visit of Mexico’s president to the White House amid rising coronavirus cases and despite policies that have targeted Mexican and Central American migrants. Mexico President Andres Manuel López Obrador left his country yesterday for the meeting... Read more »
  • ICE announces International students may need to leave the country if universities only offer online classes
    International students who are pursuing degrees in the United States will have to leave the country or risk deportation if their universities switch to online-only courses, Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) announced yesterday. The move may affect thousands of foreign students who come to the United States to attend universities or participate... Read more »
  • LULAC president urges Latinas to not join the military after Vanessa Guillen’s disappearance
    Domingo Garcia, the president of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), said he is urging Latinas not to join the U.S. military after the disappearance of Vanessa Guillen, a U.S. soldier stationed in Texas who went missing in April. “We are asking all women, especially Latina women or... Read more »
  • Guillen family ‘believe’ missing Fort Hood soldier’s remains were found
    Natalie Khawam, attorney for the family of missing Fort Hood soldier Vanessa Guillen, said “we believe that her remains were found.” The announcement made yesterday at press conference comes hours after the U.S. Army said it found partial human remains, which have not been identified yet, during a search for the... Read more »
  • Supreme Court blocks Trump Administration’s effort to end DACA
    Today the Supreme Court rejected the Trump administration’s attempt to dismantle the program protecting undocumented immigrants brought to the country as children, a reprieve for nearly 650,000 recipients known as DREAMers. The 5 to 4 decision was written by Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. and joined by the court’s... Read more »