2019 Publication Archive

Changing Faces of Greater Boston

A Report from Boston Indicators, The Boston Foundation, UMass Boston and The UMass Donahue Institute

Changing Faces of Greater Boston is a collaboration between Boston Indicators, the UMass Donahue Institute, the four free-standing research institutes at UMass Boston dedicated to the major communities of color (the Trotter Institute, the Gastón Institute, the Institute for Asian American Studies and the Institute for New England Native American Studies) and faculty from UMass Boston's McCormack Graduate School.

Click here to go to the report's homeage on the Boston Foundation website and to read more about each section listed below.

Overview and Regional Analysis

By Mark Melnik, Gail Waterhouse and Luc Schuster

Asian Americans in Greater Boston:
Building Communities Old and New

By Paul Watanabe and Shauna Lo

African Americans in Greater Boston: 
Challenges, Identities, Legacies and Movements

By Barbara Lewis and Rita Kiki Edozie

Native Americans in Massachusetts: 
New Homecomings and Ongoing Displacements

By J. Cedric Woods

Latinos in Greater Boston: 
Migration, New Communities and the Challenge of Displacement

By Lorna Rivera

Newly Diverse Communities in Greater Boston

By Trevor Mattos

Closing Thoughts:
Not Just Diversity, But Equity and Inclusion

By Elena Stone

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