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Open Access Publications from the University of California

UCLA Latino Policy & Politics Initiative

There are 25 publications in this collection, published between 2020 and 2023.
Policy Briefs (6)

Temporary Protected Status for Central American Immigrants: Advancing Immigrant Integration Despite Its Uncertainty

This brief examines key indicators of immigrant integration among these TPS holders based on a multi-region survey of 2,098 respondents in the five regions with the largest concentrations of these immigrants.

Estatus de Protección Temporal (TPS) Para Inmigrantes Centroamericanos

Este reporte examina indicadores clave para la integración de inmigrantes con TPS según una encuesta multi-regional de 2,098 encuestados en las cinco regiones con mayores concentración de inmigrantes centroamericanos en E.E.U.U.

Criminalizing Humanitarian Aid at the U.S.-Mexico Border

This brief reveals that the American public overwhelmingly (87%) opposes—including the vast majority of Republicans (71%)—the criminalization of humanitarian aid workers at the border.

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Research Reports (19)

A Path to Prosperity: The Macroeconomic Benefits of Four Immigrant Regularization Scenarios

This report estimates the ten-year economic impacts to national GDP, tax revenue, and job creation of four immigrant regularization scenarios currently under consideration by the U.S. Congress.

Latino Workers and Digitalization: An Analysis and Policy Roadmap to Building an Inclusive 21st Century Digital Economy

This report analyzes the impact of the digital divide on the lives of Latinos. Latinos are the future of the American workforce, yet findings show that barriers to access to education and digital technology have prevented Latinos from acquiring the skills needed in the 21st-century economy.

Democratic Primary 2020: Analysis of Latino and Asian American Voting in 10 States

We analyze official state primary election returns from a subset of states with large populations of Asian American and Latino voters to evaluate their candidate preferences and participation rates going into the 2020 general election.

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