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Broken Mirrors II: How Many Latino Students Are at Public Colleges and Universities? Not As Many As There Should Be.

Broken Mirrors II: How Many Latino Students Are at Public Colleges and Universities? Not As Many As There Should Be.

September 15 marks the start of National Hispanic Heritage month, when we honor the many cultural and economic contributions of Latinos, who comprise nearly one in five Americans. There’s much to celebrate: Latinos inject more than $700 billion into our…

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Catholic Labor Network Credits IAF Leaders with Establishing Effective Long-Term Job Training Programs

Catholic Labor Network Credits IAF Leaders with Establishing Effective Long-Term Job Training Programs

[Excerpt] ….Quest has “the largest, sustained earnings impacts ever found in a rigorous evaluation of a workforce development program,” writes Mark Elliott of Economic Mobility Corporation.   How does Quest succeed?  It emerged as a project of two community organizations affiliated…

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ABQ Interfaith Reflects on the Theology of ‘Welcoming the Stranger’

ABQ Interfaith Reflects on the Theology of ‘Welcoming the Stranger’

Albuquerque Interfaith leaders reflected together on the theological foundations underpinning their spring and summer efforts in support of Central American asylum seekers at an event hosted by Monte Vista Christian Church.  Seven faith leaders shared what from their faith traditions spurred…

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