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El Poder Comunitario en Tiempos Dificiles: Novedades del Coronavirus

El Poder Comunitario en Tiempos Dificiles: Novedades del Coronavirus

* Esta pagina será actualizada constantemente para reflejar la situación que se sigue desarrollando To read this information in english please click here. Actualizado el martes 7 de Abril, 4:30pm P. Cómo afecta a las operaciones de IBA las órdenes del Gobern...

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Community Power During Trying Times: Coronavirus Updates

Community Power During Trying Times: Coronavirus Updates

* This page will be continually updated as this is a developing situation Para ver esta información en español por favor siga este enlace. Updated Tuesday April 7th, 2020, 4:30pm Q: How does Governor Baker’s orders on COVID-19 impact IB...

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2020 | A Year of Perfect Vision

2020 | A Year of Perfect Vision

With 2020 in full swing, we sat down with IBA’s Chief Operating Officer, Mayra I. Negrón-Roche to learn more about IBA’s goals for the year. Can you share IBA’s 2020 goals? As we enter into 2020 with a year of perfect vision, our focus will be on points of accountability in all we do at IBA to achieve our intended impact and theory of change in our co...

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The Voice of the Community | Donuts With Delegates

The Voice of the Community | Donuts With Delegates

2020 is one of the busiest political years that we can recently remember. There are a number of pending housing and community development priorities in the legislature and we only have seven months before the end of the session. For those reasons, we have called our State Representative, Jon Santiago, and Eduardo Moreno Méndez, a representative from the office of the State Senator Sonia...

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Preserving a Place for Families

Preserving a Place for Families

Research recently published by the Boston Foundation and MetroCommon reveal that families with children are getting squeezed out of Boston. ...

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City Winery & IBA Present Grammy-Winning, Puerto Rican Star, iLe

City Winery & IBA Present Grammy-Winning, Puerto Rican Star, iLe

With the highly-anticipated February 10th event hosted by IBA & City Winery less than a week away, we had the rare opportunity to speak with 2017 Grammy Award Winner and 2020 Best Latin Rock, Urban Or Alternative Album Grammy Nominee, iLe to learn more about the inspiration b...

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Frequently Asked Questions: Villa Victoria Center for the Arts (VVCA)

Frequently Asked Questions: Villa Victoria Center for the Arts (VVCA)

With the new year upon us, we wanted to provide an important update on the status of the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts.January/February 2020 Update What has IBA done historically to maintain Villa Victoria Center for the Arts? IBA has operated the building for more than 30 years as a multi-function community center with active d...

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Looking Ahead: IBA’s Affordable Housing Outlook for 2020

Looking Ahead: IBA’s Affordable Housing Outlook for 2020

When Mayor Martin J. Walsh took office, he pledged to add 53,000 residential units to Boston’s housing stock – a number that was increased to 69,000 in 2018 in order to keep pace with demand. In November 2019, Mayo...

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Strong for Puerto Rico

Strong for Puerto Rico

With each passing day, the situation is growing more dire. That's why IBA has partnered with Brigada Solidaria del Oeste to bring aide to those affected in Puerto Rico. Your donation will go to providing critical supplies to the island, offset the cost of home repairs, and to establish temporary housing for the hundreds that are displaced. 1. What’s happenin...

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Transit Woes: The State of Transportation in Massachusetts

Transit Woes: The State of Transportation in Massachusetts

Finding affordable, reliable transportation in Greater Boston can feel nearly impossible. Despite being ranked the third most “walkable” large city in the U.S., Boston is one of the most congested cities in the U.S. and possesses a public bus, subway, and...

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