Activist distributes Parcel C information
Date created
September 1993
Type of resource
Still image
Digital origin
reformatted digital
Activist wearing a pink sweater and blue jeans stands on a street corner in Chinatown and hands out fliers on Parcel C. In the 1990s, the New England Medical Center negotiated with the City of Boston to build a parking garage on Parcel C in Chinatown, land which had previously been promised to Chinatown residents for a community center. The Chinese Progressive Association helped form the Coalition to Protect Parcel C, which was instrumental in halting the New England Medical Center's plan. On September 12-13, 1993, Chinatown residents voted on a referendum on whether to accept or reject the New England Medical Center's proposal to build a parking garage on Parcel C. In the right background of this image, a blue banner is partially visible. The banner says "Vote No Garage! 9/ 12-13 [Sept. 12-13, 1993]," written in both English and Chinese.
Collection Finding Aid: http://hdl.handle.net/2047/D20296997
Related item
Chinese Progressive Association records (M163)
Subjects and keywords
Chinese Progressive Association (Boston, Mass.)
Chinese Americans -- Massachusetts -- Boston
Community organization -- Massachusetts -- Boston
Chinatown (Boston, Mass.)
Tufts-New England Medical Center
Tufts University
Permanent URL
Northeastern University Library
Archives and Special Collections (M163) Box 12, Folder 10
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