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, March 13 Women’s Commission Monthly Meeting

6:30pm   51 Inman Street, 2nd floor

Monday, March 18 Massachusetts in the Woman Suffrage Movement: An evening with Barbara Berenson

6:30pm   Cambridge Main Library, 449 Broadway
Few know Massachusetts was at the center of the revolutionary struggle for woman suffrage. A battle waged over historical memory obscured the state’s role—until now. Author Barbara Berenson gives the state’s revolutionary reformers the attention they deserve in this compelling and engaging story.

Thursday, March 28 Women’s History Trivia Night – History and Pizza!

6pm   Cambridge Library – Central Square Branch, 45 Pearl Street

Wednesday, April 10 Women’s Commission Monthly Meeting

6:30pm   51 Inman Street, 2nd floor

Tuesday, April 30 Unpacking White Feminism with Rachel Cargle

5:30pm reception, 6pm program   Cambridge Public Library main branch auditorium, 449 Broadway
FREE, but must RSVP here. Hear from Rachel Cargle for her signature live lecture exploring the history of feminism through the lens of race. Uncover layers of unlearned details, revealing the problematic effects that white centered activism has had on the past and present state of the feminist movement. She leaves her audience with new knowledge, meaningful tools, and powerful action items toward a more intentional and inclusive feminism.

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