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"Right to Breathe/Right to Know: Industrial Air Pollution in Greenpoint-Williamsburg"
This executive summary is an excerpt from a larger report on industrial air pollution in Greenpoint-Williamsburg produced by Hunter College's Center for Occupational and Environmental Health (COEH) in 1992. In addition to a brief analysis of the [...]
Item Type: Text (Report / Paper / Proposal)
Time Period: 1978-1992 Retrenchment - Austerity - Tuition
Subject: Health and/or Environmental Issues
Oral History Interview with Dr. Milga Morales Nadal
Retiring as Vice President of Student Affairs at Brooklyn College, an office she occupied as a student activist in the late 1960s, Dr. Milga Morales Nadal, shares details about the Puerto Rican student movement at the college. She described the [...]
Item Type: Oral History (Digital)
Time Periods: 1961-1969 The Creation of CUNY - Open Admissions Struggle, 1970-1977 Open Admissions - Fiscal Crisis - State Takeover
Subjects: Activism, Bilingual Education, Ethnic, Black or Latino Studies, Puerto Rican Studies, Student Organizations
Tags: 18 Demands, A.P.R.E.E., Alliance for Puerto Rican Education and Empowerment, ASPIRA, B.L.A.C., BC44, Brooklyn, Brooklyn College, Brooklyn College 44, Brooklyn League of Afro-American Collegians, Carmen Dinos, Civil Rights Movement, College Discovery Program, Escuela Infantil Bilingue, Ethnic Studies, Gowanus, Greenpoint-Williamsburg, Guyanilla, Herminio Vargas, Institute of Afro-American Studies, Institute of Puerto Rican Studies, Josephine Nieves, La Playita, Language Acquisition, Latino Faculty and Staff, Local 1199, Maria Sanchez, Massacre de Ponce, Open Admissions, P.R., P.R.A., President Office Takeover, Puerto Rican Alliance, Puerto Rican Diaspora, Puerto Rican Music, Puerto Rican Studies, Puerto Rico, S.D.S., SEEK, Sonia Nieto, Students for a Democratic Society, Vietnam War, W.E.B. DuBois Club, Young Lords Organization