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Collection Overview
Title: Nelson Merced papers
Date: 1966-2002 (bulk 1988-1992)
Location Code: 57/1-2; 56/4; FF4/D6
Reference Code: M125
Extent: 12.50 cubic ft. (14 boxes; 1 flat file drawer)
Scope and Content Abstract: The collection documents Nelson Merced's public service activities. The focus of the collection is his work as an elected member of the Massachusetts State House of Representatives, including his involvement with organizations like the Massachusetts English Plus Coalition, the Massachusetts Black Legislative Caucus, and the Mauricio Gaston Institute. Topics covered in the collection include bilingual education, the Boston public school system, and immigrants' rights. Records include correspondence, subject files, voting records, legislative and publicity material, and reports.
Biographical Abstract: Nelson Merced, a Latino politician and activist, was born in New York City in 1948. Merced first became politically active in Puerto Rico in the early 1970s, working with squatters in San Juan. He moved back to the United States to attend the University of Connecticut, graduating with a bachelor's degree in anthropology. He did graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, held positions at La Alianza Hispana and the Boston Public Facilities Department, and returned to politics in 1988 as a candidate from the 5th Suffolk district in Boston. This collection focuses on his political career as the first Latino candidate elected to the Massachusetts State House of Representatives. Merced held his seat from his election in 1988 until 1992. After leaving the State House, Merced worked for Inquilinos Boricuas En Accion, YouthBuild America, and, most recently, NeighborWorks America.
Language and Scripts: The collection is primarily in English; some materials are in Spanish.
System of Arrangement: Organized into four series: Series 1. Campaigns; Series 2. Correspondence; Series 3. House Activity; and Series 4. Subject Files.
Subjects and Contributors:
  • Merced, Nelson

  • Massachusetts State House of Representatives (Boston, Mass.)
  • Massachusetts Black Legislative Caucus
  • National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (U.S.)
  • Massachusetts -- General Court -- House of Representatives -- Committee on Ways and Means
  • Massachusetts -- General Court -- House of Representatives

  • Law and legislation
  • Education, Bilingual
  • Minorities -- Education
  • Hispanic Americans
  • Latinos (United States)
  • Massachusetts (State) -- Politics and government
  • Emigration and immigration -- Government policy
  • Emigration and immigration -- Law and legislation
  • State governments
  • Disputed elections
  • Elections
  • Political campaigns
  • Education -- Law and legislation

Conditions Governing Access: The collection is unrestricted.
Immediate Source of Acquisition: Received from Nelson Merced in 2000 and 2005.
Custodial History: The material was originally housed at the Healy Library at the University of Massachusetts/Boston until its transfer to Northeastern University in 2000.
Conditions Governing Reproduction and Use: None.
Processor: Finding aid prepared by Hanna Clutterbuck, August 2006

Biographical Note

Nelson Merced, a Latino politician and activist, was born in New York City in 1948 to Puerto Rican parents who moved back and forth between Puerto Rico and the United States. Merced joined the United States Navy in 1965 when he was seventeen years old and served for three years. He lived in Puerto Rico with his parents in the late 1960s and early 1970s and became an active participant in politics in 1971, working with a squatters' rights movement in San Juan. Merced later said that this experience was seminal for him, proving that joint community effort “could accomplish something significant” (“From 'Migrant' To State House in Massachusetts,” New York Times). He returned to the United States after 1971 and received a bachelor's degree in anthropology from the University of Connecticut. During this period, he worked as a paralegal in Hartford, Connecticut. He moved to Boston in 1976 and had a brief stint as an insurance salesman before taking a state job at the Department of Public Welfare. He did graduate work at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in urban planning, which he put into direct use when he became director of La Alianza Hispana in 1981. He stayed with La Alianza until 1986, leaving for the post of deputy director at the Boston Public Facilities Department.

Merced had left the Boston Public Facilities Department and was working as a private management consultant when he was approached by community activist Yohel Camayd-Freixas as a potential candidate for public office in the mid-1980s. Merced took advantage of recent Boston redistricting to run from the newly created 5th Suffolk district. He won the seat in 1988 and held it as the first Hispanic elected to the House of Representatives in Massachusetts. He kept his seat in the House until 1992, running a successful re-election campaign in 1990. During his time in the House, Merced was on various committees including the Housing and Urban Development Committee and the Minority Business Oversight Committee. He was also a member of the Massachusetts Black Legislative Caucus, the English Plus Coalition, and the National Alliance of Latino Elected Officials. In 1992, Merced was forced off the ballot when another candidate, Althea Garrison, questioned the validity of the signatures on the mandatory paperwork to put his name on the ballot. Merced attempted to run a sticker campaign but was unsuccessful, losing his seat to Garrison in the fall of 1992.

After leaving the House of Representatives, Merced was involved with YouthBuild America as the Director of Technical Assistance. He was also involved with The Boston Foundation's Persistent Poverty Project as a member of its directing Strategy Development Group. In 1994, Merced took a position as the CEO of Inquilinos Boricuas en Acción just prior to the organization's proposed merger with the Escuelita Agueybana Day Care Center. The merger never took place, however, and he left the organization in 1996. In 2005, Merced took a position as the Director of National Initiatives and Applied Research with NeighborWorks America, a nonprofit organization sponsored by Congress. Merced is married to Maria Estela Carrion and has three children, Jacobo, Rene, and Raquel.

1948 Nelson Merced is born in New York City
1962 Returns to Puerto Rico with parents
1965 Moves back to United States; joins US Navy
1971 Becomes involved with squatters' rights movement in San Juan, Puerto Rico
1970s Completes B.A. in Anthropology at the University of Connecticut
1981 Takes position as executive director of La Alianza Hispana
1986 Leaves La Alianza Hispana to work for Boston Public Facilities Department
1988 Is elected to Massachusetts House of Representatives; first Latino elected to state office
1992 Loses re-election bid when signatures to place him on ballot are challenged and found to be invalid
1994 Takes position as CEO of Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion
1996 Leaves Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion
2005 Is director of National Initiatives and Applied Research with Neighborhood Reinvestment Corporation, also known as NeighborWorks America

“Biography,” M125, Box 1, Folder 1

“From 'Migrant' to State House in Massachusetts,” Susan Diesenhouse, New York Times, November 27, 1988

“Latino Scales Beacon Hill,” The Boston Globe, December 6, 1988

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1. Campaigns, n.d., 1974-1992 (bulk 1988-1992)
Volume:.75 cubic ft. (.5 box)


This series documents Nelson Merced's 1988, 1990, and 1992 campaigns for State Representative. All three campaigns were contested by Althea Garrison, a candidate from the same district, and this series contains material from the complaints and lawsuits that Garrison filed on each occasion. Also in the series is material from Merced's planning, fundraising, and outreach activities. Records include correspondence, legal papers, agendas, meeting minutes, canvassing materials, and publicity.
1Campaign Finance Reports1989-1996
Campaign Planning
1Generaln.d., 1990
1“Committee to Elect Nelson Merced”1988
1Contact Listsn.d.
1Finance Committee1990
1Organizersn.d., 1990
1Progress Reports1988
1Volunteersn.d., 1988-1990
1“Winning Strategies”1990
1Commonwealth of Massachusetts Ethics Commission1988
1Correspondencen.d., 1988-1992
FF4/D6District Mapn.d.
1Fundraisingn.d., 1988-1992
13Hats and Buttonn.d.
1Issue Statementsn.d.
1Althea Garrison Lawsuit (8 folders)1974-1992
1Newspaper Clippings (2 folders)n.d., 1988-1991
1Nomination Papers1988
1Opponentsn.d., 1988
1Phonebanksn.d., 1990-1992
1Publicityn.d., 1990-1992
1Question 3n.d.
1Rainbow Multiversity Voters' Handbook1987
1Sticker Campaign Pamphletn.d.
1Tally Sheetsn.d., 1990-1992
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2. Correspondence, n.d., 1983-1992 (bulk 1988-1992)
Volume:2.5 cubic ft. (2 boxes)


This series contains correspondence documenting Merced's work as a legislator in the House of Representatives. The bulk of the material focuses on housing, education, and immigration. This series also includes letters to Merced from colleagues in the House of Representatives asking for support on legislation or inviting Merced to join a particular. Letters from individuals and community organizations on a variety of issues such as tenant/landlord relations, the Boston public school system, immigration issues, and employment are also in this series. Invitations to events are also included as well as letters of thanks to and from community members and colleagues. Researchers should note that some items are in Spanish.
1-2General (12 folders)n.d., 1983-1992
2-3Constituent (20 folders)n.d., 1988-1992
3Invitations (7 folders)n.d., 1989-1993
3Memoranda (4 folders)1989-1992
3Publicityn.d., 1989-1992
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3. House Activity, n.d., 1966, 1983-2002 (bulk 1988-1992)
Volume:5.0 cubic ft. (5 boxes)


This series documents Nelson Merced's work as a Representative in the Massachusetts state government from 1988 through 1992. The material includes notes and minutes from various committees of which he was a member, including the Latino Democratic Committee and the Minority Business Committee. There are also agendas, programs, publicity materials, and correspondence from non-state organizations, such as the Massachusetts Black Legislative Caucus and the National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials. Topics documented include bilingual education, immigration, the Massachusetts state budget, and the Boston public school system. Records include minutes, notes, clippings, fact sheets, reports, grants, bills, legislative drafts, and video recordings of House debates in which Merced participated.
3Appointment Books (4 folders)1990-1992
3Jean Bertrand Aristide1991
3Ballot Questions1990
3Bill Drafting and Filing Handbook1991
3Bills Filed by Nelson Merced1992
3Black Elected Officials1990
3Banks and Banking1991
3Black Political Task Force1992
3Caucus of Minority Democrats1990
3Choice Caucusn.d., 1989
3Choice Caucus / Women of Color1989-1990
3Commerce and Labor1991
3Commission on Hispanic Affairs1990
3Commission on Immigration Reform1990-1992
3Commission to Study Racial and Ethnic Bias in the Courts of Massachusetts1989-1991
3Housing and Urban Development1990-1992
3Joint Committee on Education, Arts, and Humanities1991
3Latino Democratic1989-1990
3Member Listingsn.d.
3Minority Business Oversight1991-1992
3On Licenses1992
3Shifting the Debate on Crimen.d.
3Special Commission on Rental Assistance1991-1992
3Survival Caucus1990
3Ways and Means (2 folders)1986-1989
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
3Department of Education: Report1990
3Democratic Party1989
3Massachusetts Legislative Children's Caucus1990-1991
3Democratic Party Platform1989
3Domestic Violencen.d., 1984
3Executive Office of Elder Affairs Agency Description1991
13First Speech (VHS)1989
3Form Letters1989
4Gang Deterrent Projectn.d.
4The Governor's Council1991
4Handbooks for Legislatorsn.d.
4Infant Mortality Task Forcen.d.
4Latino Elected Officialsn.d.
4Legislation Under Considerationn.d.
Legislative Summaries
4Criminal Justice1990
4Education, Arts, and Humanities1989
4Election Laws1989
4Housing and Urban Development1991
4Health Services and Elder Affairs1989
4Public Services1991
4Legislative Report Cards1990
4Massachusetts Black Legislative Caucus (21 folders)n.d., 1988-1991
4Massachusetts Office on Disability1991
4Massachusetts Rental Voucher Programn.d.
4National Association of Latino Elected Officials (7 folders)n.d.,1988-1991
4National Black Caucus of State Legislators1990-1991
4New England Meeting of Latino Elected Officialsn.d.
4Newspaper Clippings (2 folders)n.d., 1988-1991
4Northeast Network of Progressive Elected Officials (4 folders)n.d., 1989-1990
Political Issues
Bilingual Education
4Arizona Decision1990
4“Bilingual Education: A Focus on Current Research”1991
4Boston Public Schoolsn.d.
4Correspondence (2 folders)1991-1992
4Educational Reform Act of 1991n.d.
4English+n.d., 1990-1992
4English+ and English Only Press1988
4Fact Sheetsn.d.
4-5Legislation (3 folders)n.d.
5Legislative Opposition Organizing Packetn.d.
5Massachusetts Association for Bilingual Education (3 folders)n.d., 1991-1992
5Massachusetts Coalition for Bilingual Education (3 folders)n.d., 1991-1992
5Massachusetts Educational Reform Initiativesn.d.
5Massachusetts English Plusn.d.
5Newspaper Clippings (2 folders)1991
5Other Statesn.d., 1989
5“Reform versus Reality” Article1991
5“Reinventing the Schools: A Radical Plan for Boston”1989-1992
5“Developing a Language-Based National Origin Discrimination Modality”n.d.
5“The English Language Amendment” 1987
5“Quality Education for All”1986
5“English-Only No! English-Plus Sí!”1986
5“Las Implicaciones del Projecto de Ley Sobre el Uso Oficial del Inglés” / “The Implications of the Legal Project on the Official Use of English”1986
5“The Many Voices of Bilingual Students in Massachusetts”1991
5“Vision of Bilingual Education”n.d.
5Teachers1983, 1990
5United States Secretary of Education Interview1989
5Video Planningn.d.
5Boston State Hospital1992
5Budget (41 folders)n.d., 1989-2002
5Childhood Hunger1992
5Commonwealth of Massachusetts Language Legislation1991
5Criminal Justice (2 folders)1990
5Death Penaltyn.d., 1991
5Board of Regents' Reduction1991
Boston Public Schools
6Black Political Task Force Proposal1991
6Boston Coalition for School Reform (16 folders)n.d., 1989-1991
6Building Assistance Priority List1991
6Chelsea Schools (4 folders)1988-1989
6Financial Analysis1990-1991
6General Fund Expenditure1990
6Higher Education Act of 1991n.d., 1991
6Hispanic Parents' Associationn.d., 1988-1989
6Home Rule Legislation (3 folders)1991
6Newspaper Clippings (3 folders)n.d., 1989-1991
6Notesn.d., 1990-1991
6“Education Reform: Accepting Responsibility”n.d.
6“Educational Excellence and Accountability Act”1991
6“Evaluation of Boston Chapter 1 Program” (2 folders)1989-1990
6“Every Child a Winner”1991
6“Massachusetts Dropout Rate”1982-1989
6“Massachusetts Educational Assessment Program”1990
6“Organizing Parents as Leaders for Change”n.d.
6“A Snapshot of Support for Public Education”1990
6Social Studies Syllabus Review1991
6School Choice (2 folders)1989-1991
6School Closings1989
6School Statistics1990-1991
6Student Statistics1990
6Teachers' Union Contract1990
6Voting Lists1991
7Youth Mobilization1991
7Chancellor's Report1989
7Chicago School Reformc. 1989
7Citizens for Limited Taxation Petitionc. 1991
7Education Law Task Force1992
7Educational Reform Act of 1991 (3 folders)1991-1992
7Gilroy School District1990
7“Higher Education” Report1991
7Newspaper Clippings1991
7Research Materials (2 folders)n.d., 1989-1991
7The Weld-Cellucci Educational Reform Act1991
7Elderly Housing1992
7Emergency Aid to the Elderly, Disabled, and Children1992
7Environmental Report Card1990
7Family Leave1992
7Finance Issue Brief1991
7H. 946 “Heating Oil Act”1991
7H. 1681 “Establishing the Massachusetts Youth Development Commission”1991
7Health Care1991
7Homestead Protection for Senior Citizens and Persons with Disabilities1991
7Housing (2 folders)n.d., 1986-1992
7, 13Immigration (35 folders) (1 VHS)n.d., 1985-1998
7Legislation (3 folders)1966, 1990-1992
7Mortgage Scams1991
8Parcel 181989-1990
8Priority Acts for Hispanics1988-1990
8Sponsor List1990
8Workfaren.d., 1990
8Youth Services (2 folders)n.d., 1966, 1980-1990
8Press Releasesn.d., 1992
8Progressive Legislators' Group1992
8Public Officers of Massachusetts1989-1992
8Publications and Reports1991
8Redistrictingc. 1990
8Resolution Against Iraqi War1990-1991
8Summary of Legislative Action1991
8United States Senate Democratic Hispanic Task Force1990-1991
8Violence Prevention Task Force1991
8Voter Registrationn.d., 1988
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4. Subject Files, n.d., 1971-1992 (bulk 1988-1992)
Volume:4.50 cubic ft. (4.5 boxes)


This series documents Nelson Merced's involvement in a variety of subjects including AIDS education, neighborhood development in Boston, and the Puerto Rican community in the United States. The series also reflects his involvement in non-legislative organizations. The material reflects Merced's work with La Alianza Hispana, the Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative, the Hispanic Office of Planning and Evaluation, the Mauricio Gaston Institute, the Boston Foundation, and the William Monroe Trotter Institute. Topics documented include community development, care for the elderly, unions, and youth and family services. Records include reports, newspaper clippings, agendas, minutes, notes, newsletters, video recordings, and fliers. Researchers should note that some items are in Spanish, including the “Reviviendo las Tradiciones” documentary.
821st Century Youth Leadership1990-1991
8AIDS and Communities of Color Conference1988-1990
8AIDS Education Pamphletsc. 1989
8La Alianza Hispana (5 folders)n.d., 1987-1991
8American Civil Liberties Unionn.d.
8Apprenticeship Preparedness Program of the Boston Building Trades Council1991
8Artists of Color1989
8Association of African-American and Latino Elected Officials1991
8, FF4/D6Awards1989-1995
8Batchelder Street Development1989
8Black and Hispanic Political Leaders1990
8Boston Check Cashers1991
8The Boston Globe1990
8The Boston Foundation Persistent Poverty Project1992
8Bowdoin Park Welfare Office1990-1991
8Bowdoin Street Health Centern.d., 1989
8Brookside Community Health Center1989
8Cardinal Medeiros Manor1988-1989
8Carney Hospital1990-1991
8Casa Esperanza1986-1989
8Census '90 (2 folders)n.d., 1991
8Center for Community Action1989
8Chelsea (5 folders)1988-1992
8The Childcare Project1989
8Children's Defense Fundn.d., 1990
8Citizens for Participation in Political Action1988-1989
8Citizens for Tax Justice1991
8City of Boston (5 folders)n.d., 1989-1992
8Coalition of Church-based Economic Cooperatives1992
8Codman Square Resource Directory1989
8Collaborative for Community Service and Developmentn.d., 1991
8Commonwealth Coalition1989-1990
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
8Council on the Arts and Humanities1989
8Department of Employment and Training1991
8Division of Insurancec. 1990
8Housing Finance Agency1992
8Housing Finance Authority (2 folders)1989-1991
9Infant Mortality Taskforce1991
9Office for Children1990
9Office of Minority and Women Business Assistancen.d.
9Registry of Motor Vehicles1989
9Rental Voucher Program Information Packetc. 1992
9State Opera1983-1991
9Community Economic Development Assistance Corporation1991
9Conference Fliersn.d., 1991
9Consortium of Black Health Center Directorsn.d.
9Cooperative Program in Science and Technology1988
9Cottage Brook Tenants' Association1989
9Council of Administrators of Hispanic Agenciesn.d., 1989
9Dance Umbrella1989
9, 14 Dorchester (12 folders)n.d., 1989-1992
9Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation1982-1991
9, 14 Dudley Street Neighborhood Initiative (12 folders)1977-1992
9Dudley Neighborhood Development Corporation1981
14 Dudley Triangle Development Program1989
9Dudley Triangle Land Analysisn.d.
9Employment Connections, Inc.1990
9Etjna Architects1989
9Family Service of Greater Boston 1988
9Fast for Life 1989
14 Federated Dorchester Neighborhood Houses1988-1989
9Fields Corner Community Development Corporation1989
9First American Bank1989-1990
9Greater Boston Association for Retarded Citizens, Inc.1991
9Hispanic Birth Data1989
9Hispanic Drop Out Prevention Program1989
9“HispanoMAs” Magazine1990
9Hispanic Office of Planning and Evaluation (12 folders)n.d., 1978-1992
9Hispanic Population Graphsn.d.
9Hispanic Workers1991
9Home Builder's Association1989
9The Horizons Fund1991
9John F. Kennedy Statue1991
9Jones Hill Association1988-1989
9Journal of Hispanic Policy: Executive Advisory Board 1989-1992
9Judicial Nominating Council1989
9Junior Fernandez Scholarship Fund1992
14 Kit Clark Senior House1987-1990
14 Land Bank1990
9Latino Coordinating Committee1989
9Latino Health Networkn.d
9Latino Redistricting1991
9Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights1992
9Lead Paint 1992
9Local Latino Organizationsn.d., 1989
9 Massachusetts Adolescent Violence Preventionn.d.
9Massachusetts Child Care Coalition1992
9Massachusetts Child Welfare League1992
9Massachusetts Community Development Finance Corporation1989
9Massachusetts Law Reform Institute1992
9Mauricio Gaston Institute (26 folders)n.d., 1988-1992
10Meetinghouse Hill Civic Associationc. 1989-1992
10“Men Who Cook” Fundraiser1989
10Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity, Inc.1989-1991
10Midwest/Northeast Voter Registration Education Project1990
10Minority Business Community Development1991
10Multicultural Education, Training, and Advocacy, Inc.1992
10The Naral Foundation1992
10National Association of Community Development Loan Funds1989
10National Congress for Puerto Rican Rights1989
10National Hispanic Leadership Agenda1992
10National Organization for Women1992
10National Policy Institute1990
10National Puerto Rican Coalition1989-1990
10National Urban Coalition1989
10Nelson Mandela: Trip to Massachusetts1990
10New England Hispanic Conference1989
10“La Alternativa” / “The Alternative”n.d., 1991
10Aspira 1990-1992
10“El Carillon” / “The Bell”
10Citizens' Housing and Planning Association1992
10Citizens for Participation in Political Action1990-1991
10“City and Town”1991
10Codman Square Health Center1990
10The Dever Association1990
10“Hispanic Link Weekly Report”1992
10Institute for Puerto Rican Policy1991
10Massachusetts Councils for Children, Inc.1991
10“The Nation”1990
10National Council of La Raza1991
10National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators1992
10National Policy Institute1989
10National Puerto Rican Coalition1989-1991
10“Que sucede?” / “Who Succeeds?”1992
10“The Reporter”1991-1992
10Reproductive Rights Update1991-1992
10“SIDAhora” / “AIDS Now”n.d.
10“State House Watch”1991
10“Statehouse Witness”1992
10La Sociedad Chilena / The Chilean Society1992
10Teen View1991
10The Tomás Rivera Center1990
10Northeast Network of Progressive Elected Officials 1991
10Nuestra Communidad Community Development Corporation (2 folders)1989-1991
10Oficina Hispana de la Comunidad1991
10Philip Brooks School1988
10, FF4/D6Photographsn.d., 1991
10Pioneer Institute for Public Policy Research1991
10Prevention Conference1991
10Program Fliersn.d.
10Progressive Policy Initiative1992
10Project 20001990
10Project Hope1989
10Proyecto LUCES 1990
10Project Place1992
10Puerto Rican Conference1991
10Puerto Rican Organizational Resource Centern.d., 1990
10Puerto Rican Political Action Committee of Connecticut, Inc.n.d.
10Puerto Rican Worker/Owner Corporation Bill1989
10Rainbow Coalition1989
10Refugee Health Advisory Commission1992
10Renwood Companies' AIDS Housing1990
14 Renwood Companies Housing Proposal1989
Reports and Studies
10“Adolescents at Risk 1991”1991
10“AIDS Services in the Boston Area Latino Community”1989
10“Bibliography on Boston's Latino Community”1986
10“Black and Hispanic Faculty”1991
10“Blacks and Latinos in Boston: A Community Profile”1988
10“A Blueprint for Change: A Puerto Rican Agenda for the 1990s”1991
10“Boston's Affordable Housing Problem”1988
10“Building Boston's Economic Future”1991
10Committee for Boston Public Housing1991
10“Community Economic Development”1983
10“Crime, Drugs, and the Urban Poor”1989
10“The Crisis in Corrections and Sentencing in Massachusetts”1991
10“Critical Practice”1986
10“Cuban-Americans in Miami 1950-1980”c. 1990
10“Democracy on Hold”1998
10“Developing State Government Leaders”1992
10“Drugs in the Community”1990
10“Drugs and Justice: A System Abandoned”1989
10“Dudley in 2001”1985
11“Economic Development Primer”1992
11“Educating for Change Amidst Chaos”1989
11“Educating the Whole Student” c. 1990
11“From Disinvestment to Displacement”1985
11“The Future At Risk”1990
11“Gaps in Representative Democracy”1983
11“Getting Started: Becoming Part of the AIDS Solution”1989
11“Highlights from a Survey of Massachusetts Voter Attitudes Towards Education and the Economy”1991
11“Hispanics and the Democratic Party”c. 1991
11“Hispanic Businesses: The Dudley Neighborhood”1982
11“Hispanic Community of Chelsea”1988
11“Hispanics in Massachusetts: A Demographic Analysis”1986
11“In Search of Community”1984
11“In Our Own Homes” 1990-1991
11“In Their Own Words”1992
11“In Trouble: Children and Families in Need of Services”1989
11“Latino Electoral Campaigns in Massachusetts”1995
11“Laws of Interest to the Latino Community”1988-1990
11“Low Income Hispanic Housing Needs in Dorchester”1982
11“Massachusetts Day Reporting Centers Task Force”c. 1989
11“The Massachusetts Public Higher Education System”1991
11“Massachusetts Victim and Witness Assistance Board Annual Report”1990
11“Migration and Psychosocial Dysfunction”n.d.
11“Neighborhood Policing”1992
11“New Jersey Employment and Training Commission”1992
11“No Substitute for Reform”1991
11“Opportunities for Undeveloped Vacant Urban Land”1984
11“The Other America”1991
11“Overview of Teen Pregnancy Prevention Services”n.d.
11“Puerto Rican Welfare Recipients in Massachusetts”1971
11“Puerto Rican Young Men and Economic Instability”1992
11“¿Que es el Capitulo 766?” / “What is Chapter 766?”n.d.
11“The Quincentenary: Myths, Realities, and Opportunities”c. 1992
11“Racial Stereotyping: The Role of the Media”1990
11“Rebuilding the Public's Faith in Government”1992
11“Review of Development Finance Programs in the Northeast States”1992
11“The Rise and Fall of the Spirit of Multilingualism in the United States”n.d.
11“Second Level Cooperative Development”198?
11“Shifting the Debate on Crime”1991
11“Sociodemographic Study of Spanish Families”1976
11“The Struggle for Community Investment 1989-1991”1991
11“Unity in Diversity: A Challenge for the Nineties”1989
11“Unlocking Juvenile Corrections”1989
11“Worker Owned Production Cooperatives”1980
11“Worker Ownership: The Mondragon System of Spain”1981
11“Youth and the Community”n.d.
12“Reviviendo las Tradiciones: Festival Puertorriqueno” Documentary (VHS)n.d.
11Roxbury Community College1987-1991
11Roxbury Comprehensive Community Health Center1988-1989
Roxbury Multi-Service Center
14J+D Liquors1989
11, 14Project Right (2 folders)1991
11Roxbury Neighborhood Council1989
11Roxbury Political Action Committee1991
11Roxbury YouthWorks1989-1991
11Saint Margaret's Hospital1989-1990
11School Banksn.d., 1984-1991
11Second Annual Conference for Hispanic Child Care Workers1991
11Sober Health Club / Capeverdean Community Center1991
11South End Neighborhood Action Program 1992
11St. Peter's Rectory1989
11“Stop and Search” Policy1989-1990
11The Strand Theatre1989-1991
11Suffolk County 1992
11Survey of Latino Political Candidatesn.d.
11Tax Equity Alliance for Massachusetts (2 folders)1991-1992
11 American Federation of Labor-Congress of Industrial Organizations1989
11American Federation of Television and Radio Artists1989
11Bay State Employees Service Trades Council1989
11Boston Teachers' Union1989
11International Brotherhood of Painters and Allied Trades1987-1989
11Marriott Corporation1989
12Massachusetts Building Trades Council1989
12Massachusetts Organization of State Engineers and Scientists1989
12National Association of Broadcast Employees and Technicians1989
12New England Health Care Employees Union1990
12United Automobile Workers1991
12United Home and Health Care Workers1988-1989
12United South End Settlements1991-1992
12Upham's Corner (3 folders)1987-1991
12Very Special Arts Massachusetts1989
12Veteran's Conference1989
12Vietnam Veterans1989
12Vietnamese American Civic Association1991
12Virginia-Monadnock Neighborhood Association1989
12Waitt House1989
12Ward 13 Associationn.d.
12Ward 17 n.d.
12William Joiner Center Veterans' Conference1989
12Women, Infants, and Children (2 folders)n.d., 1991
12Women United in Action 1987-1989
12Women's Statewide Legislative Networkn.d.
12Youth Congress1988
12Youth Issues1990
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