Special Section | Diversity Boston
Boston's suburbs becoming more diverse
Think the suburbs are homogenized? Think again. More and more, they’re looking like the city they surround
US Census data show that with each decade, the line that used to separate city and suburb in terms of race and ethnicity has become blurrier. In Massachusetts, as the towns of Lexington and Randolph illustrate, the growing diversity of the suburbs is a splintered story.