OPEN HOUSE

 Thursday, September 29th, between 3-6pm

Room 5419

The Graduate Center, CUNY

Learn about our exciting partnership with CNN en español and our most recent reports on the power of the Latino Vote (http://clacls.gc.cuny.edu/cnn-en-espanol/)

Learn more about how to access and utilize over 60 Latino Data Project reports based on sophisticated census data analysis and mapping (relevant to your research).

Learn about our programs and upcoming events at the Graduate Center, such as the Indigenous Migration from Latin America workshops.

Connect with researchers, students, activists, and faculty from other disciplines who may have similar research interests.

Learn about research  and funding opportunities at the CLACLS.

Find out more about GC research institutes, centers, and student groups, such as AELLA (Asociación de estudiantes latinos y latinoamericanos) and the Immigration Working Group (IWG), at the Graduate Center.

Food and drinks will be provided. This event is FREE and open to the public.

 

 

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Informe en español: La demografía de los latinos y las tasas de inscripción y participación electoral en el sudeste

Click to see the Critical Findings and Policy Brief in English and Spanish and the Press Release

 

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Click to see the press release on the CLACLS / CNN en Español partnership

Informe en español sobre la alianza CLACLS / CNN en Español partnership

 

Click on the links bellow to see our reports:

Demographic Change and Voting Patterns among Latinos in the Northeast Corridor States: New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Connecticut – CLACLS / CNN en Español

The Latino Voter Registration Dilemma – CLACLS / CNN en Español

Educational Attainment in the United States and Six Major Metropolitan Areas, 1990-2010

Marriage Patterns among Latinos in New York City, 1990 – 2010

The Concentration of Household Income in the United States by Race/Ethnicity and Latino Nationalities, 1990 – 2010

Demographic, Economic and Social Transformations in the Colombian-Origin Population of the New York City Metropolitan Area, 1990 – 2010

Are Dominicans New York City’s Largest Latino Nationality?

The ‘Mommy Tax’ and ‘Daddy Bonus’: Parenthood and Personal Income in the United States between 1990 and 2010

The ‘Mommy Tax’ and ‘Daddy Bonus’: Parenthood and Income in New York City 1990 – 2010

The Concentration of Wealth in New York City. Changes in the Structure of Household Income by Race/Ethnic Groups and Latino Nationalities 1990 – 2010

Trends in Median Household Income among New York City Latinos in Comparative Perspective, 1990 – 2011

Trends in Poverty Rates among Latinos in New York City and the United States, 1990 – 2011

Demographic, Economic and Social Transformations in the Mexican-Origin Population of the New York City Metropolitan Area, 1990 – 2010

Latinas in New York City: A Comparison of Education and Income, 1990 – 2010

Click here to see all Latino Data Projects Reports