Collection ASM0230 - Catalyst Miami records

Social Justice Web Collection - Catalyst Miami Records

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Catalyst Miami records


  • 1995-2014 (Creation)


8 Boxes

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Founded in 1995 as the Human Services Coalition by Daniella Levine, Catalyst Miami is a non-profit community activist group. Utilizing a vast network of partner organizations and numerous initiatives, Catalyst seeks to equip the socially disadvantaged with financial and healthcare information, public benefits, and educational and economic opportunities. Through programs such as the Prosperity Campaign and Public Allies, Catalyst Miami promotes self-sufficiency, participation in civic life, organizational strength and respect.

This collection contains seven series including: Administrative Files, Initiatives, Conference Materials, Audiovisual Materials, and more. Within these series are various forms of correspondence, training materials, schedules and agendas, promotional materials, newspaper articles and photographs. The documents help reveal the social activist nature of the organization and shed light on some of the many accomplishments it has made through the years.

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The collection is open for research.

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Items from this collection are kept on-campus and may be requested from the first floor Kislak Center in the Otto G. Richter Library at University of Miami.

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University of Miami does not own copyright. It is incumbent on the user to obtain copyright from the original organization.

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  • English

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1. University of Miami Initiative for Urban and Social Ecology.The Living Tradition of Coconut Grove. Coral Gables, Florida.: The University of Miami School of Architecture and INUSE, 2002

2. Little, Cheryl and Klarreich, Kathie. Securing Our Borders: Post 9/11 Scapegoating of Immigrants. Miami, Fl.: Florida Immigrant Advocacy Center, Inc., 2005

3. Roth, Daniel Shoer.The Starting Point: Punto de Partida - Stories of Truth & Hope. Miami, Fl.: Human Services Coalition, 2007

4. 3. Roth, Daniel Shoer.The Starting Point: Punto de Partida - Stories of Truth & Hope. Miami, Fl.: Human Services Coalition, 2007

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