The Greater Boston Latino Network (GBLN) is a group of Latinx leaders representing various community-based organizations who co-created a network to amplify the Latinx voice, increase Latinx representation and visibility, and center our community’s collective impact.
We continually empower and engage Latinx community members to feel el poder of coming together for a common purpose to influence public policy issues, including but not limited to economic improvement and sociopolitical empowerment.
Our research emphasizes the unique experiences of Latinx communities across the diaspora. Each report provides compelling statistics that clearly identify how underrepresentation impacts the allocation of opportunities and resources.
Greater Boston Latino Network’s strength lies in our community. With more than 200 years of collective experience building relationships with Latinx families and youth, GBLN partners reach over 50,000 Latinx families annually.
Sheenah Reyes, of Methuen, attended the annual Massachusetts Puerto Rican Festival and Parade held on City Hall Plaza in July 2019. Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff