A National Portrait of the Health and Education of Hispanic Boys and Young Men

Sep 2016 | Natasha Cabrera; Lina Guzman; Kimberly Turner; Mae Cooper; Jenessa Malin

This brief provides a national portrait on the well-being of Latino boys and young men and focuses on two important dimensions of well-being—health and education. We compare the wellbeing of Hispanic boys and young men to that of their white and black peers and also, when data permit, within the same income groups. It illuminates a few key ways that the experiences of Hispanic boys and young adults differ from those of their black and white peers.

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