According to a new report, Latinos in cities such as Boston, Somerville and Chelsea are mostly absent from positions of power in these multi-cultural cities. Commissioned by the Greater Boston Latino Network, the data shows that there is a “silent crisis” of under-representation in local government when it comes to Hispanics. Appearing on Urban Update
Boston – La actual directora ejecutiva de Sociedad Latina, Inc., se juramentó el pasado 4 de enero como miembro del Comité Escolar de Boston, el cual es el encargado de definir la misión, visión y metas de las escuelas Públicas de Boston.
GBLN Urges MA Dept. of Education to Strengthen ‘Every Student Succeeds Act’ to Bring More Latino Teachers to Schools
BOSTON – Friday, April 7, 2017 – The Greater Boston Latino Network (GBLN) is urging the State’s Dept. of Education to strengthen its plan to participate in the Federal ‘Every Student Succeeds Act’ to ensure that more Latino teachers and administrators are hired in Massachusetts schools to reflect major growth in Latino students.
BOSTON – Wednesday, January 25, 2017 – The Greater Boston Latino Network (GBLN) today slammed President Donald J. Trump’s attack on Boston, Somerville, Chelsea, and on immigrants across the country, through his executive order to strip federal funds from sanctuary cities.
Five days before Donald Trump swears to preserve and protect the Constitution of the United States, on the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr, writers & activists will gather in fifty cities across three continents for a counter-inaugural demonstration: #WritersResist.
Greater Boston Latino Network unveils new website and upcoming events and actions
BOSTON – Friday, January 6, 2017 – The Greater Boston Latino Network (GBLN) today launched a new campaign to increase Latino representation and impact in local