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Interactive Map: The Voting Impact of People of Color

cursor icon Interactive The growth of communities of color is shifting the electorate and will continue to shape the political landscape in the years to come.

Byby Progress 2050 and Immigration Team | Tuesday, September 25, 2012

Right-Wing Extremists Aren’t the Lone Wolves They Seem to Be

People walk around a flag pole outside the Sikh Temple of Wisconsin in Oak Creek, Wisconsin, the site of a hate-fueled, violent attack that left six members of the Sikh community dead. The rise in right-wing extremist and white-supremacist attacks suggests that these radicals are part of larger movements that are gaining support, a trend that we must pay attention to as our country becomes more diverse.

Byby Julie Ajinkya | Tuesday, September 18, 2012

The State of Latinos in the United States

article icon Issue Brief Vanessa Cárdenas and Sophia Kerby look at the successes and challenges of one of the fastest-growing populations in the country: Latino Americans.

Byby Vanessa Cárdenas and Sophia Kerby | Wednesday, August 8, 2012

Cultural Competency Key to Meeting the Health Needs of Latino Veterans

Amy Navvab argues that understanding the cultural differences and the unique experiences of our Latino military service members is critical to providing the care they need upon returning home from war.

Byby Amy Navvab | Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Infographic: Women of Color at a Glance

Sophia Kerby shows that women of color are a diverse group with a variety of experiences, even though they are often portrayed as monolithic in the mainstream media.

Byby Sophia Kerby | Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Giving a Voice to Mothers of Color

Mothers of color face major challenges raising their families and need to be part of discussions on women’s rights, says Amy Navvab.

Byby Amy Navvab | Tuesday, July 17, 2012

How Important Is Your Vote?

Sam Fulwood III explores whether forces beyond the casting of votes can actually determine who gets elected president of the United States.

Byby Sam Fulwood III | Tuesday, July 17, 2012

The State of Women of Color in the United States

article icon Issue Brief Sophia Kerby examines the state of women of color in the United States at large in regards to four key areas: the workplace wage gap, health, educational attainment, and political leadership.

Byby Sophia Kerby | Tuesday, July 17, 2012

The Top 10 Economic Facts of Diversity in the Workplace

Sophia Kerby and Crosby Burns explain why a diverse workforce is necessary to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse marketplace.

Byby Sophia Kerby and Crosby Burns | Thursday, July 12, 2012

The State of Diversity in Today’s Workforce

article icon Issue Brief Crosby Burns, Kimberly Barton, and Sophia Kerby examine the state and strength of diversity in the U.S. workforce, specifically the number and proportion of people of color, women, gay and transgender individuals, and people with disabilities in the workforce today.

Byby Crosby Burns, Kimberly Barton, and Sophia Kerby | Thursday, July 12, 2012

Infographic: How Obamacare Impacts People of Color

An infographic by Progress 2050 shows how people of color have benefited significantly from the Affordable Care Act.

Byby Progress 2050 | Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Infographic: Remember Who Voted for the DREAM Act!

An infographic by Progress 2050 shows who voted for the DREAM Act in 2010 in the House and the Senate.

Byby Progress 2050 | Tuesday, June 19, 2012

The Top 10 Things You Should Know About New Mexico’s Demographic Changes and Immigration Politics

Vanessa Cárdenas and Angela Maria Kelley examine how New Mexico’s growing communities of color and immigrants are impacting the state’s economy and electorate in advance of the June 5 primary.

Byby Vanessa Cárdenas and Angela Maria Kelley | Monday, June 4, 2012

The Top 10 Things You Should Know About California’s Demographic Changes and Immigration Politics

Vanessa Cárdenas and Angela Maria Kelley examine how California’s growing communities of color and immigrants are impacting the state’s economy and electorate in advance of the June 5 primary.

Byby Vanessa Cárdenas and Angela Maria Kelley | Monday, June 4, 2012

The Top 10 Things You Should Know About New Jersey’s Demographic Changes and Immigration Politics

Vanessa Cárdenas and Angela Maria Kelley examine how New Jersey’s growing communities of color and immigrants are impacting the state’s economy and electorate in advance of the June 5 primary.

Byby Vanessa Cárdenas and Angela Maria Kelley | Monday, June 4, 2012