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Haitian Americans -- Massachusetts

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Cambridge Eviction Free Zone records

 Collection
Identifier: M170
Overview Founded in 1988, the Cambridge Eviction Free Zone (EFZ) was a tenant-run community organization that worked for social and economic justice in the areas of housing and tenants' rights, rent control, and immigrant voting rights. It also addressed issues of affordability and conditions in rental housing. Until its disbandment in December 2007, EFZ assisted tenants in exercising their legal rights, providing information and support to tenants facing evictions and rent increases.

Dates: 1972-2007 (bulk 1988-2007)

Department of History. Latin America and the Caribbean in Boston student projects

 Collection
Identifier: A078
Overview Northeastern University offers an undergraduate minor in Latino, Latin American and Caribbean Studies, an interdisciplinary course of study in history, music, political science, language, and sociology/anthropology. History 1537, "Latin American and the Caribbean in Boston," is one of five undergraduate history courses offered in the program. In 1998, the class was taught by Felix V. Matos Rodriguez, assistant professor of history, 1994-1999, and interim director of the Northeastern University...
Dates: 1998