The report summarizes theatrical and home/mobile entertainment industry performance during FY2019 through an array of data.
This report evaluates U.S. Latinos and how they interact with technology and social media.
This report documents the degree to which women and people of color are involved and represented in front of and behind the camera.
This report highlights the important role that Latinos have played, and will continue to play, in U.S. spending growth and expansion.
This report highlights the importance of conducting rigorous board composition analysis.
This report shows how the diversity of on-screen programming has not kept up with, and does not reflect, the increasing population diversity in the U.S.
This report provides a way to measure which American metropolitan areas offer the greatest opportunities for prosperity and innovation.
This report examined all named characters for gender, race/ethnicity, LGBTQ status, and disability across 1,300 top films.
The ThinkNow Culture Report Brief consists of a survey of Americans to understand how they prefer to identify among peers and in marketing and media
This report summarizes the state of U.S. Latino involvement in media.
The HWP Annual Report was released on May 8th at the Wealth & Real Estate Conference by author NAHREP Executive Director, Marisa Calderon.
A report on the regional effect of immigration.
The U.S. Hispanic market has reached $1.5 trillion in buying power in 2017.
The Selig Center’s estimates and projections of buying power show that minorities wield formidable economic clout.
The electorate is experiencing dramatic and sustained demographic change – white voters decreasing as the share of minority voters increases.
This report focuses on two things: 1) Latino Vote Choice and 2) Increase in Ballots Cast.
NIELSEN – “Descubrimiento Digital: The Online Lives of Latinx Consumers” – Empowered by technology and anchored by a communal culture, U.S. Hispanics are striving and thriving at the confuence of fast-changing demographic, economic and digital consumer market trends.
“The State of the Nation’s Housing 2018” – Immigration has become increasingly important as a source of household growth.
Digital Lives 2018: A World of Digital ‘Everything’ Through a Cultural Lens.
2017 Geoscape American Marketscape Datastream.
State of Hispanic Homeownership Report, 2018, by Hispanic Wealth Project.
Economic Impact of DACA, 2018, by Democrats of the Committee of Small Business.
Harris Poll and Univision – “Banking on Latinos for Growth” – Latinos are driving the growth in all financial services in America, up to 63% of all American growth.
Motion Pictures Association – “Film Industry Report, 2017” – Latinos continue driving the box office in the United States.
A Guide for Entertainment Professionals: Immigration, 2017, by Define America.
Eight Facts About Latino Owned Businesses, 2017, Stanford Latino Entrepreneurship Initiative.
Latino Needs Based Study Presentation-Sol PepsiCo.
Latinos Always Connected Mobile, Entertainment, and Beyond.
Making America Rich Again: The Latino Effect on Economic Grow.
2016 State of Hispanic Homeownership Report. Click Here.
Inequality in 700 Popular Films: Examining Portrayals of Gender, Race, & LGBT Status from 2007 to 2014.
The Criminalization of Immigration in the USA from the Immigration Policy Center.
America’s Changing Religious Landscape. Click Here.
UCLA/Bunche Center, 2015: Hollywood Diversity Report. Click Here.
Columbia University, 2014: The Latino Media Gap Report.
Motion Pictures Association of America, 2013: Theatrical Statistics
UCLA: Hollywood Diversity Report – Feb. 2014.
Hispanic Ad Allocation Impact on Revenue Growth
“The Economic Benefits of Latino Immigration: How the Migrant Hispanic Population’s Demographic Characteristics Contribute to US Growth” by the Peterson Institute of International Economics.Access HERE
A new economic study, sponsored by RBC Capital Markets (RBC) and the Latino Donor Collaborative (LDC), challenges the narrative about Latinx-Americans, from a problem to be solved to an economic solution hiding in plain sight.Access HERE
When Sol Trujillo talks, people listen. And these days, the global executive and former CEO of telcom giants like US West, Orange and Telstra says Latinos are driving the growth of the U.S. domestic economy. Trujillo calls this phenomenon the New Mainstream Economy.Access HERE
“Making America Rich Again: The Latino Effect on Economic Growth.” No, it’s not a parody of President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign slogan. It’s the title of a new report written by Jeffrey Eisenach, SVP at NERA Economic Consultingand a member of Trump’s transition team.Access HERE
Solomon Trujillo, Trujillo Group Investments, and Dr. Jeffrey Eisenach, NERA Economic Consulting, talk about the dramatic economic growth in the Latino community. Latinos are very entrepreneurial, says Trujillo.Access HERE
Much demographic hoopla has been made about 10,000 baby boomers hitting the magic “retirement age” of 65 every day. But what about the million American-born Hispanics teenagers who hit 18 each year?Access HERE
A new economic study shatters many myths associated with the U.S. Latino community and shows that this growing segment of the U.S. population is more educated, more employed, more entrepreneurial and more engaged than many previously believed and increasingly is a major driver of U.S. economic growth.Access HERE
Immigration’s Long-Term Impacts on Overall Wages and Employment of Native-Born U.S. Workers Very Small, Although Low-Skilled Workers May Be Affected, New Report Finds; Impacts on Economic Growth Positive, While Effects on Government Budgets MixedAccess HERE
In 2006, Hazleton, Pa., became the center of the national debate about illegal immigration. Faced with an influx of immigrants, many of them from Mexico, it was the first city to pass local ordinances that banned hiring or renting to unauthorized immigrants. Although the courts eventually struck down the ordinances, Hazleton’s city council had accurately captured the fears that many Americans had about the wave of unauthorized immigration then coming from south of the border, fears that still echo in this year’s election campaigns.Access HERE
We are business leaders and we are here to tell you a surprising truth: Latinos are big drivers of economic growth. Unless you run a retail business, you probably have no idea what we mean. Few on the campaign trail or in the media ever talk about Latinos and economic growth. The candidates and reporters have a hard time getting past immigration.Access HERE
NPR’s Audie Cornish speaks with former government official Henry Cisneros and businessman Sol Trujillo, co-founders of the nonprofit Latino Donor Collaborative, which works to reshape the public’s image of Latinos.Access HERE
Economic uncertainty and our unsettled politics lead the news today, but the most consequential business story is the one not told. It is the good news story of a group of Americans – Latinos – who have been quietly and increasingly powering U.S. economic growth, both as job creators and as consumers. As the U.S. population ages, and as we struggle against the headwinds of an anemic global economy, U.S. Latinos are forming the core of America’s New Mainstream Economy. A handful of simple facts tell the story.Access HERE
Four words have echoed through Trump campaign rallies and TV interviews these past many months: “Make America Great Again.” And clearly they’ve resonated with millions of voters. Putting aside the question of whether the slogan itself is a false narrative (“America is great already”)—or merely empty, jingoistic blather—it’s worth a moment to imagine how Trump might accomplish that goal. To ask: How can the U.S. compete and win in the world over the next decade?Access HERE
On “Charlie Rose,” a conversation about the Latino Donor Collaborative. It is a non-profit that is striving to provide an accurate portrayal of Latinos and the important contributions they make in our society. We are joined by Sol Trujillo, the organization’s founder and chairman. Aida Alvarez is the Chair of the Latino Community Foundation of San Francisco and Henry Cisneros, the Executive Chairman of CityView, and served as the 10th Secretary of Housing and Urban Development. (Source: Bloomberg)Access HERE
Last week in Washington DC, Gil and Jacki Cisneros cut the ribbon on the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute, a beautiful building in the middle of George Washington University! This Center was created by the university with the Cisneros’ generous $7 million donation last summer, with the goal of empowering Latino high-achieving students. Click here to view the article. I was honored to be present at the ceremony and at the special luncheon at the home of George Washington U. President Steven Knapp and his lovely wife. The luncheon gathered Latino and non-Latino leaders from all around the country to celebrate the center opening, and to congratulate Gil and Jacki. The best part of the event was Gil’s speech, when he talked about how he arrived to the school at 17, his journey since then, and his life-mission of giving back… there was not a dry eye in the room. Congratulations Gil!Access HERE
Washington Post syndicated columnist Esther Cepeda writes about the work of the Latino Donor Collaborative and the push to reframing the conversation around Latinos in America.Access HERE
LDC Founders Sol Trujillo, Henry Cisneros, and Aida Alvarez, Chair of the Latino Community Foundation of San Francisco, sat down with Charlie Rose to discuss the important work of the LDC and what is to come in the future for the organization as well as Latinos in America.Access HERE
Forbes CEO Daily featured the work of the LDC in a recent blast to their readers.Access HERE
LDC Founders Sol Trujillo and Henry Cisneros publish op-ed in the Wall Street Journal about the power Latinos have to drive the U.S. economy in the twenty-first century.Access HERE
LDC Executive Director Ana Valdez wrote a Letter to the Editor for the Washington Post on the trend of whitewashing Latino narratives in Hollywood films.Access HERE
LDC Chairman Sol Trujillo writes op-ed on the impact Latinos are making on the U.S. economy for CNBC.Access HERE
LDC Founders Sol Trujillo and Henry Cisneros write op-ed for Huffington Post Latino Voices on the myths that have been told about Latinos during the 2016 Presidential Election so far.Access HERE
Born in the U.S.A. from the Wall Street Journal – August 20, 2015Access HERE
At the LDC board planning meeting in Los Angeles, California from January 14-15, Sol Trujillo gave a presentation highlighting the Latino vote in the 2012 Presidential Election as well as other social and economic statistics regarding Latino Americans.Access HERE
Tony Jimenez, MicroTech CEO and board member of the Latino Donor Collaborative, was appointed to the Harvard Journal of Hispanic Policy (HJHP) Executive Advisory Board for his business success, leadership and continued dedication to the Hispanic Community.Access HERE
Corporate leaders become political movers and shakers all the time these days, but how many of them are Latino? Meet Sol Trujillo, a multimillionaire Wyoming-raised Mexican American telecommunications innovator who wants to improve the image of Latinos within the Republican Party and in the media.Access HERE
Whitepaper by Gordon H. Hanson focusing on immigration and economic growth in the face of the 2012 Presidential election.Access HERE
The New York Times article ‘Networks Struggle to Appeal to Hispanics’ by Tanzina Vega and Bill Carter.Access HERE
The Los Angeles Times article ’California’s demographic challenge – As the state ages, nurturing a new generation is crucial.’Access HERE
A Media Daily News article focused on the media use of young Hispanic adults and how they use technology and media different depending on their gender.Access HERE
Statement of Maureen Torrey Marshall, Torrey Farms, NY before the House Judiciary Subcommittee on Immigration Policy and Enforcement at the Hearing on “Regional Perspectives on Agriculture Guestworker Programs” on February 9, 2012.Access HERE
PowerPoint presentation by Sol Trujillo and the New America Alliance at the 11th Annual Wall Street Summit in New York City Follow the Money.Access HERE
Rupert Murdoch’s Congressional Testimony on The Role of Immigration in Strengthening America’s Economy.Access HERE
PowerPoint with data from Mayor Bloomberg and Murdoch’s Testimony.Access HERE
Mayor Bloomberg testified in front of the U.S. House Judiciary Committee of Congress and the Subcommittee on Immigration, Citizenship, Refugees, Border Security, and International Law regarding the role of immigration in strengthening America’s economy.Access HERE