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The Potential Impact of Tax Reform on Affordable Housing

In recent weeks, the pendulum swing of the proposed GOP tax reform bill has bolstered uncertainty about the future state of our economy and how money will flow between municipalities, corporations, public and private institutions, and individuals across income levels. This monumental proposal comes at a pivotal time, as we …

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Happy Holidays: Mayor Walsh Attends Beloved Tradition

Our annual Tree Lighting Ceremony is one of our community’s favorite traditions. It might have been a bit cold and rainy this year, but that didn’t stop residents and program participants alike from venturing to Plaza Betances to celebrate. Volunteers passed out hot chocolate and cookies while the musicians got …

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Inquilinos Boricuas en Accion "IBA" 50th anniversary kick off event at Davios in Boston on November 8, 2017
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Recent Highlights: IBA’s 50th Anniversary Kick-Off Event Coverage

On the heels of our 50th Anniversary Kick-Off event, which was recently held at Davio’s Italian Steakhouse, news of our exciting celebration and events program for the year ahead has been featured in The Boston Globe, South End News and El Planeta. Most recently, IBA CEO Vanessa Calderón-Rosado was featured …

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Ten Things We’re Thankful For This Year

As Thanksgiving and the season of charity approaches, we’ve decided to look at this past year and reflect on everything we’ve accomplished. Here are ten things we’ve been fortunate enough to facilitate here at IBA: We rallied together after Hurricane María devastated Puerto Rico to created the Massachusetts United for …

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Nearly 50 years ago, the rallying-cry “we will not be moved from Parcel 19" rang throughout the South End.
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Let’s Build It: The Launch of Our Year-Long 50th Anniversary Celebration

In 1968, the city’s urban renewal plans for the South End threatened to displace the neighborhood’s hard-working Puerto Rican community and, with it, drastically diminish economic and cultural diversity. Advocating on behalf of their neighbors and families, a group of Puerto Rican activists founded IBA to preserve affordability and the …

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Muy buen articulo, con el contenido justo y no se me ha hecho nada largo de leer, muchas gracias por compartirlo

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