Monday, February 25, 2013

Reporting on New York City



CUNY's very own Center for Latin American, Caribbean, and Latino Studies (CLACLS) has unveiled its latest reports on Latinos in New York City and beyond! All reports use Census and American Community Survey data. You can see reports on Mexican access to sexual and reproductive health care, the Latino vote, economic benefits associated with bilingualism in New York, transformations in a community district in the Bronx, and my own report on the changes in occupation for NYC Latinos over the past four decades.

You can download all of the reports here. You can find reports on topics from national group profiles (Peruvian, Brazilian, Mexican, Dominican, Colombian, Ecuadorian, etc.), health insurance, community district transformations, citizenship, cost of living changes, living patterns, birth rates, labor force participation, and more!  

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