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in 1947 and soon after began her work in social action and social services for the residents of the residents in Northeast and Southeast Washington.The materials in this collection include correspondence, publications, legislative bills, and meeting minutes. Council member representing Ward 6 from 1975 to 1990. Under her leadership, Hospitality House, served the underpriviledged residence of Washington, D. with day care for youth and seniors as well as running a temporary homeless shelter. Winter was also a proponent of the concept of Urban Homesteading. She holds degrees from Brooklyn College (NY), Cortez Peters Business School and a Masters of Arts Degree from Federal City College. Winter is the founder and former Executive Director of Hospitality House, Inc. Organized into six series: Constituent correspondence and services, Government business and correspondence, Personal and office files, Political correspondence with or concerning institutions and issues, Environmental issues, and Community development /Ward Six. She was one of the original organizers of the National Welfare Rights Organization. Winter's involvement in politics included serving as a delegate to the Democratic National Convention, as a member of the National Democratic Women's Club and the District of Columbia Women's Political Caucus. It is the patron's obligation to determine and satisfy copyright or other case restrictions when publishing or otherwise distributing materials found in the collections. * Want zeg nou zelf, een vakantie is vaak al duur genoeg! Alles van topmerken als Nike, Wildebeast, Tenson, PUMA, adidas en meer!These documents all relate to the work of Nadine P.
This series contains correspondence with Winter's consituents.
The topics within this series include among others: abandoned buildings, drug trafficking, public works projects/needs (road repair, garbage collection, traffic lights, etc), opinions on bills, constituent service request forms, and constituent service fund Organized into three subseries: Legislation, Correspondence with government or public agencies of the District of Columbia, and Correspondence and official business of government branches of the United States and DC governments.
This series contains employee files resumes, resignations, forms, reading files, leave requests, personal travel and expenses, office procedures, news releases, memos, press releases, and condolences and congratulations. This series contains reports, correspondence, and memos related to environmental issues including among others hazardous waste, DC Soil and Water Conservation District, litter, solid waste reduction, and recycling.
This series contains correspondence, reports, and other documents related to various community topics including H Street Community Development Corporation; Southeast Neighborhood Development Corporation, Anacostia beautification, Advisory Neighborhood commissions , eastern market revitalization, and community meetings.
Winter's response and the action she is prepare to take on their behalf.These records are dated from the 1980s through 1990.