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

Sep 19, Oct 3, Oct 21 Walking tours for Mapping Feminist Cambridge: Inman Square 1970s–1990s

Please join our mailing list to find out more information and how to sign up! Or click on one of these dates: Thursday, Sep 19, 6–7:30pm; Thursday, Oct 3, 6–7:30pm; Monday, Oct 21, 6–7:30pm.

Wednesday, Sep 25 Claiming Our Seats… A Kitchen Table Dialogue on Women’s Voting Rights

6–8:30pm   Cambridge Main Library, Lecture Hall, 449 Broadway
At this roundtable, panelists will engage us in a reflective dialogue about women’s voting rights across the 20th and 21st centuries.

Thursday, Sep 26 Women and Words! How is today’s domestic violence movement feminist?

7–8:30pm   City Hall Annex, 344 Broadway
Ann Fleck-Henderson, author of Transition House 1976-2017: The Movement and The Mainstream, will discuss Cambridge’s domestic violence agency’s evolution from a feminist collective to today’s more formally structured nonprofit community organization.

Friday, Sep 27 Ask for Jane, film screening and discussion with director, Rachel Carey

5:30pm pizza, 6pm film   MIT Room 6-120

Thursday, Oct 3 Cambridge Domestic Violence Vigil

6pm   Steps of City Hall

Thursday, Nov 7 An Evening with Professor Corinne Field

6:30pm   Main Library, Lecture Hall, 449 Broadway

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