ABOUT LATINO DONOR COLLABORATIVE
Founded in 2010, the Latino Donor Collaborative works to reframe and advance an accurate perception, portrayal and understanding of the important contributions Latinos make to American society. Through a nonpartisan agenda that partners with media, advertising, politics, corporate America, and civil society, the LDC works to bring further understanding and appreciation to the impact made by Latinos in society, politics, and commerce.
RESEARCH – THE LATINO DATA PROJECT
The total percentage of the labor force that will be Latino, 2020
The total percentage of new workers who will be Latino, 2010-2020
The total percentage share of public school students who will be Latino in 2023
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