APRIL 6, 2018     ●     8:00 – 10:00 AM     ●     EY Boston

Massachusetts ranks at the top in education, healthcare and the economy. In stark contrast, Latinos in Massachusetts face the steepest socio-economic inequality in the country. The Boston Globe recently featured its Spotlight series about the disparities Blacks face in Massachusetts, yet Latinos also share this unfortunate invisibility and disadvantage across the Commonwealth.

Join us for a town hall style dialogue about Latinos & Race in Massachusetts. Our lively discussion will address the inter-relationship between race and inequality and the major factors that impact wealth creation and inter-generational wealth. Learn about the challenges and opportunities for our community, and how we can use our power to make a difference for underserved Latinos in Massachusetts.

This event is open to all genders.


Sonia Chang-Diaz

State Senator, Second Suffolk District

José Massó, III

Director of Policy at Massachusetts Port Authority

David Morales

EVP & Chief Strategy Officer for Steward Healthcare System

Dr. Digna Saad

Consultant and Board Chair for Center for Women in Politics and Public Policy at University of Massachusetts Boston

Yulkendy Valdez

Co-Founder of Project 99

Alberto Vasallo

President of El Mundo


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