RWJF: Engaging Latino Immigrant Men in Domestic Violence Prevention, 11/18/2014

November 18, 2014

Engaging Latino Immigrant Men in Domestic Violence Prevention

A group of Latina immigrants in central New Mexico began a social justice organization by the name of ‘Enlace Comunitario,’ in September of 2011 to combat domestic violence in Latino immigrant men. Since then, as part of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Funding Local Partnerships program, several classes for these men have been provided to engage them in the efforts for prevention of domestic violence through treating them as an ally in this fight, rather than the enemy. …

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RWJF: A Closer Look at Contributors to Stress for Latinos, 09/08/2014

September 08, 2014

A Closer Look at Contributors to Stress for Latinos

The burdens of stress for Americans can be many, as a recent survey from The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, National Public Radio, and the Harvard School of Public Health has focused upon. However, what about the Latino population? Are their stressors the same or different? Professor at the University of New Mexico, Gabriel R. Sanchez, PhD, as well as PhD candidate at the UNM, Yajaira Johnson-Esparza take a closer look.

Observations from the study about American’s stressors found …

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THE 2014 OHIO LATINO HEALTH SUMMIT

August 08, 2014

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