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Community organization -- Massachusetts -- Boston

 Subject
Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:

Asian American Resource Workshop records

 Unprocessed
Identifier: Z13-003

Asian Community Development Corporation (Jacquie L. Kay) records

 Collection
Identifier: M202
Overview The Asian Community Development Corporation (ACDC) was founded in 1987 by Jacquie Kay, Tunney Lee, and other Asian American activists with the goal of addressing the affordable housing needs of the Boston Chinatown community. During Kay's 16 year tenure as Board Chair and President, the organization oversaw two affordable housing developments—Oak Terrace (1995), and The Metropolitan (2004), which together made over 330 units of housing available to the Chinatown community. The Metropolitan site...
Dates: 1962-2010

Boston Foundation records

 Unprocessed
Identifier: Z09-022

Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative records

 Unprocessed
Identifier: Z08-016

Fenway Alliance records

 Unprocessed
Identifier: Z16-052

Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción records

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Identifier: M111
Overview Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción (IBA) is a community development corporation whose mission is to guarantee residents of the Villa Victoria community long term control over their housing by offering programs in community organizing and development, human services, and art and culture. Located in the South End of Boston, IBA began in 1967 as a grassroots movement against the Boston Redevelopment Authority's urban renewal plan. IBA incorporated in 1968 as the Emergency Tenant's Council of Parcel 19,...
Dates: 1967-2004 (bulk 1974-1999)

La Alianza Hispana records

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Identifier: M055
Overview La Alianza Hispana was begun in 1968 by Ana Maria Rodríguez, teacher of English as a second language at the Winthrop Elementary School in Dorchester, Massachusetts. Noticing the impoverished conditions of her Latino students, Rodríguez, along with fellow teacher Betsy Tregar, started meeting at Denison House in Roxbury with Latino parents to begin addressing their needs. In the late 1960s and early 1970s, the Latino community of Boston became very active in the city's civic, social, and...
Dates: 1960-1999 (bulk 1975-1995)

La Alianza Hispana records

 Unprocessed
Identifier: Z16-057

Roxbury Multi-Service Center records

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Identifier: M109
Overview RMSC is a social service agency modeled after the 19th century settlement house where all client services were located under one roof. It began as a three-year demonstration project in 1964 to provide services to the Roxbury and North Dorchester neighborhoods of Boston. From its inception, the mission of RMSC has been to offer programs and services designed to empower the residents of Roxbury and North Dorchester to become economically and socially self-sufficient. RMSC was originally funded by...
Dates: 1965-2002