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Folder FF1/D6

 Container

Contains 8 Collections and/or Records:

“Where Have All the Voices Gone?”: Poster, n.d.

 File — Folder: FF1/D6
Summary: From the Series: This series documents Cambridge Eviction Free Zone's housing justice work. Its major efforts related to increasing funding for affordable housing creation; supporting tenants facing evictions, large rent increases, and landlord intimidation; preserving expiring-use and decontrolled buildings as affordable housing; assisting tenants with the formation of tenant associations; and campaigning for rent control. Tenant informational resources and records pertaining to buildings and tenant...
Dates: n.d.

Posters and Signs, n.d., 1986

 File — Folder: FF1/D6
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the work of Cambridge Eviction Free Zone (EFZ) through recordings and photographs of EFZ events, and memorabilia such as posters, signs, and buttons. Of interest are audiocassettes of eviction and adjustments hearings and videocassettes of EFZ staff interviews with local television stations including Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) and WGBH.
Dates: n.d., 1986

Demonstration Outside William Kargman's Office, 1999

 File — Folder: FF1/D6
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the work of Cambridge Eviction Free Zone (EFZ) through recordings and photographs of EFZ events, and memorabilia such as posters, signs, and buttons. Of interest are audiocassettes of eviction and adjustments hearings and videocassettes of EFZ staff interviews with local television stations including Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) and WGBH.
Dates: 1999

292-298 Broadway, Cambridge, Mass. (4 folders), 1986-1994

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents Cambridge Eviction Free Zone's housing justice work. Its major efforts related to increasing funding for affordable housing creation; supporting tenants facing evictions, large rent increases, and landlord intimidation; preserving expiring-use and decontrolled buildings as affordable housing; assisting tenants with the formation of tenant associations; and campaigning for rent control. Tenant informational resources and records pertaining to buildings and tenant...
Dates: 1986-1994

Caravan for Housing Justice (2 folders), 1997

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the work of Cambridge Eviction Free Zone (EFZ) through recordings and photographs of EFZ events, and memorabilia such as posters, signs, and buttons. Of interest are audiocassettes of eviction and adjustments hearings and videocassettes of EFZ staff interviews with local television stations including Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) and WGBH.
Dates: 1997

Letter to the Craigie Circle Landlord (2 folders), 1996

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the work of Cambridge Eviction Free Zone (EFZ) through recordings and photographs of EFZ events, and memorabilia such as posters, signs, and buttons. Of interest are audiocassettes of eviction and adjustments hearings and videocassettes of EFZ staff interviews with local television stations including Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) and WGBH.
Dates: 1996

Tent-In (2 folders), 1997

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the work of Cambridge Eviction Free Zone (EFZ) through recordings and photographs of EFZ events, and memorabilia such as posters, signs, and buttons. Of interest are audiocassettes of eviction and adjustments hearings and videocassettes of EFZ staff interviews with local television stations including Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) and WGBH.
Dates: 1997

General (9 folders), n.d., 1989-2006

 File — Multiple Containers
Summary: From the Series: This series documents the work of Cambridge Eviction Free Zone (EFZ) through recordings and photographs of EFZ events, and memorabilia such as posters, signs, and buttons. Of interest are audiocassettes of eviction and adjustments hearings and videocassettes of EFZ staff interviews with local television stations including Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) and WGBH.
Dates: n.d., 1989-2006