Massachusetts is the worst state for Hispanics and Latinos, according to a study by 24/7 Wall Street. In Boston, Hispanics and Latinos make up 20 percent of the city’s population, but they are rarely represented in high-power committees, nonprofit boards or government offices. Add the largest wage gap in the country and a language barrier to the mix, and the result is a population the Boston Globe stated is “invisible.” Can this change? 


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