Photo, United Bronx Parents Day Care

United Bronx Parents Day Care parents' meeting, n.d.

The United Bronx Parents, Inc. (UBP, started by Evelina Lopez Antonetty, was a nonprofit, grassroots organization incorporated in 1966 in The Bronx, New York to address educational issues affecting the community, such as bilingual education, minority hiring, parent training, decentralization and local control of neighborhood schools. As community needs and issues changed and grew, the UBP responded by adding services such as bilingual adult education, day care, HIV/AIDS education and treatment, substance abuse services and emergency food programs.
Identifier
CEN_DiCa_B45F1_358
Date
1967 – circa 1999
Language
English
Source
Centro de Estudios Puertorriqueños, Diana Caballero Papers, 1967-1999. Box 45, Folder 1.
Rights
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Special Project
Ventana al Pasado/Window on the Past

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Bronx