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

Upcoming Events

April 12 Trailblazing Women: Mothers and Daughters Carrying on the Legacy

5:45–8pm   Cambridge City Hall, Sullivan Chamber
The event is free and open to the public. Light refreshments will be served. Event co-sponsors include the Office of Mayor E. Denise Simmons, the Cambridge Commission on the Status of Women, YWCA Cambridge, and Mass Humanities.

April 13 COME OUT OF THE MARGINS: Cambridge Town Hall Meeting

6–8pm   Cambridge City Hall
Come voice your concerns over the direction of the country. Take action together with your city and neighbors! Sponsored by Mayor E. Denise Simmons

April 14 Left on Pearl OFFICIAL PREMIERE!

5:30–7:30pm   Boston International Film Festival, Paramount Center, Bright Family Room, 559 Washington Street, Boston, MA 02111
Left on Pearl is a documentary film about the 1971 building takeover that led to the founding of the longest operating community Women’s Center in the United States (located in Cambridge!). One of three films in Section 5 of the Boston International Film Festival. **The theater is small, so get your tickets early. Click here to buy tickets.

April 24 Women in Cambridge: Spring Tapas!

6pm   Casa B Restaurant, 253 Washington St., Somerville, MA 02143
Join us as we venture over the border to Union Square and grab some tapas as Casa B. Co-owner Angelina will be sharing her story over their signature chips and dip.

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