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Romney’s remarks implying Latinos want handouts still sting, especially in light of new economic report

LatinaLista — Mitt Romney’s insulting response during the latest debate in which he replied the best way to attract Latino voters was to remind Latinos that we, nor our ancestors, came here looking for a handout but opportunity obviously has a predetermined image of Latinos. If any Latino family is on food stamps or their

Latest job report underscores the continued need for Affirmative Action policies

LatinaLista — As the nation begins the annual three-day celebration of Labor Day, today’s employment reality is nothing to celebrate. For the first time since 1945, there was no job growth in a recorded month and unemployment is holding steady at 9.1 percent. This lack of job creation is fueling speculation from economists that the

Poll underscores changing realization among Latinos, blacks and Asians that it takes more than hard work to be a success

LatinaLista — It’s always assumed that if a person works hard, he/she will succeed in life. The harder you work, the greater your success. It’s the premise for the proverbial “American Dream.” Yet, a new poll released by Colorlines.com shows that the meaning of the American Dream has evolved, or to some, devolved. About 2400

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