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Other Resources Regarding the Latino Community

Advocates for Youth Youth of Color webpage – provides information about factors that influence the disproportionately high rates of HIV, STI, and unintended pregnancy among youth of color in the United States

Alston/Bannerman Fellowship Program – sabbatical program for activists of color

Casa De Esperanza – organization that mobilizes Latinas and Latino communities to end domestic violence and offers a 24-hour crisis line

ECHO Emergency Preparedness – ensures that people with limited English proficiency receive life-saving health and safety information in the language they understand best

Enfermedades de transmisión sexual – (STI resources in Spanish)

My Sistahs – website created by and for young women of color to provide information and offer support on sexual and reproductive health issues through education and advocacy

The Latino Initiative – initiative which focuses on helping the Latino community in its efforts to reduce continued high rates of adolescent pregnancy and childbearing

Latino Midwest News – Latino bilingual publication

A Question of Hope: Reducing Latina Teen Childbearing in California (Una Cuestion De Esperanza: Reduciendo los embarazos en adolescents Latina en California) – a film that aims to capture the insights, choices, and opportunities of young Latina women in California

  • English version
  • Spanish version

Racial Equity Tools – a website designed to support people and groups who are working for inclusion, racial equity and social justice

Racial and Ethnic Disparities in Teen Pregnancy: A Capitol Hill Briefing (July 10, 2008) – webpage that describes a briefing on racial and ethnic disparities in teen pregnancy hosted by the National Campaign to Pervent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy

Siempre Papa – Spanish-language fatherhood program that works to increase Latino fathers’ involvement, responsibility, and commitment in the lives of their children