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

Tuesday, November 10 Cambridge Women’s Commission Monthly Public Meeting

6–7pm   You must register in advance for this webinar

Friday, November 13 An Evening Honoring Tarana Burke, Founder of the ‘Me Too’ Movement

6:30pm   Virtual Webinar: 14th Annual Robert Coles “Call of Service” Lecture and Award
Join the Phillips Brooks House Association and the Cambridge Women’s Commission to honor activist and advocate Tarana J. Burke who has worked at the intersection of sexual violence and racial justice for more than 25 years. RSVP and more information: Tarana Burke Event

Monday, November 16 Panel discussion: Pathways to Justice

12pm   Virtual Webinar
Join the Cambridge Women’s Commission for a panel to examine and discuss the complexities of domestic violence. National and local leaders will discuss the unique paradox for Black and brown women. How there is a fear of unjust harm to their partners by police and concerns that the justice system does not sufficiently prioritize intimate partner violence and sexual violence. Register: camb.ma/Pathways2Justice

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