The Cambridge Commission on the Status of Women (CCSW) is a City department whose purpose is to ensure equity for women and girls in all economic, social, political, and educational opportunities throughout the city.

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, April 25 Protecting Kids from Overly Sexual Internet Content

6:30pm   Putnam Ave Upper School, 100 Putnam Ave
A talk for parents of tweens and teens with Dr. Gail Dines, Professor Emerita and founding president of Culture Reframed, an organization dedicated to working with parents/caregivers to build resilience and resistance in kids to hypersexualized online content.

Thursday, April 26 Empowered Time: The Dance of Letting Go

6:30–8pm   Middlesex Lounge, Cambridge
Join us for this wee slice of a heart and body centered approach to time management. You’ll walk away with one action to begin tomorrow to free you up for more of the stuff you know you are meant to be doing and one simple, daily practice to keep you on track.

Thursday, June 7 Women and Words! Girl Power: All Dolled Up

7–8:30pm   Community Room, Lower Level, Cambridge Main Library
A conversation with Cambridge film director, parent, feminist, activist, Sarah Blout Rosenberg, on how media influences the identity of girls growing up in America.

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