La Alianza Hispana

Established in 1968, La Alianza Hispana (The Spanish Alliance) is a multi-service organization dedicated to serving the Latino community through programs in education, public health, employment and training, family counseling, youth development, elder services, and community empowerment.

The digital records in this collection are predominately from the La Alianza Hispana’s Board of Directors and Executive Directors files. Also in the collection are images of La Alianza staff, events, and programs. These digital records are 7.9% of the entire collection. For additional La Alianza Hispana records, please consult the La Alianza Hispana finding aid (http://www.lib.neu.edu/archives/collect/findaids/m55find.htm) or visit the Archives and Special Collections Department.

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There are cookies and soda on the table. A woman is standing to the far right and is mostly cropped out of the photograph. The original film negative is out of focus. La Alianza Hispana offered a variety of social service programs to the Latino…

As a multi-service organization, La Alianza Hispana offered a variety of programs to meet the needs of its community, including educational programs and retreats.

La Alianza Hispana's current headquarters is located at 409 and 407 Dudley Street, Roxbury, Massachusetts. In 1974, La Alianza Hispana began renovations to 409 Dudley Street, a three-story brick building, (the location of the former Dudley…

In 1997, La Alianza Hispana acquired the property at 78 Forest Street, Roxbury, Mass., a white house, also known as La Casita, becoming the headquarters of the Latino Family Counseling Center. It is located behind La Alianza's two main buildings…

An adult education class consisting of four women and one man seated at a long table in an office space.