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Amplify Latinx Events
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month The Latinx Student Cultural Center at Northeastern University & Amplify Latinx Invite you to the Fall 2019 Cafecitos Breakfast Honoring Our Latinx Amplifiers Guest Speaker: Lawrence Mayor Dan Rivera This Cafecitos will feature special guest, Dan Rivera, Mayor of the City of Lawrence, MA. The presentation will then be […]
Join Amplify Latinx for the 2nd Annual PowerUp Business Summit to recognize the economic imperative for Latinx business growth. Latinx-owned businesses are the fastest-growing entrepreneurial segment in the US and Massachusetts, yet only 3% generate over $1 million in annual revenue. We will convene over 200 Latinx business leaders, resource partners, and the broader entrepreneurial community […]
The El Mundo Boston Latino 30 Under 30 is back. Nominations are open! Last year, El Mundo Boston recognized 30 incredible young Latino leaders making an indelible impact in a variety of fields, including professional sports, acting, politics, fine arts, science, and more. Submit a nomination today.
HBNA 2019 Annual Convention
Get Konnected! 25 Most Influential LGBTQ+ People of Color
Amplify Latinx is excited to partner with the Boston Latino International Film Festival for the screening of Councilwoman, a documentary about Carmen Castillo, the Dominican hotel housekeeper who wins a seat on the City Council in Providence, Rhode Island. It’s a journey behind the scenes of politics after the victory. COUNCILWOMAN Debuts on 9.27 at […]
CWE‘s Annual Women Business Leaders Conference (WBLC) is the premier event for women in business. Each year this event brings together women business leaders and owners, entrepreneurs, community leaders, supplier diversity teams and purchasing professionals. This Conference will feature: Workshops, roundtables and panel discussions led by knowledgeable experts Networking opportunities Awards luncheon Exclusive networking & procurement […]
Hosted by The Mauricio Gaston Institute for Latino Community Development and Public Policy Conference Focus The racial and income disparities in education in Massachusetts are well-known. Latinx students, in particular, are falling further behind despite decades of education reform and targeted programs created to improve achievement. Failure to address racial and income disparities in education […]
Mass Cultural Council Artist Fellowships recognize exceptional work by Massachusetts artists across a range of disciplines. These highly competitive awards provide artists crucial validation among their peers and the public. They catalyze artistic advancement and pave the way for creative innovation of enduring cultural value. Last year we proudly supported 67 artists with grants totaling […]
Behind every successful woman, is a tribe of other successful women who have her back We welcome our diversity and strive to create an environment where all different kinds of women can thrive and succeed together. We are different, yet united together in our challenges as women entrepreneurs, innovators, and leaders. More women are starting […]
On Monday, November 4— 500 of your fellow friends will be convening for a day of collaboration and celebration. You’ll have the opportunity to attend fireside chats, sharpen your leadership skills, learn how you can get engaged with your local policy leaders, and enhance your financial literacy, network, and participate in conversations that matter most […]