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, May 16 Women in Cambridge: Local Beer, Local Economy and Vibrant Community in Cambridge

5:30pm   Lamplighter Brewery
Hear from Cambridge Local First’s Executive Director, Adriane Musgrave, who is guiding the direction of what it means to be Local – eat, drink, shop, and connect – in Cambridge.

Wednesday, May 30 5th Grade Girls Sports Day

Danehy Park, Cambridge

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

7–8:30pm   Community Room, Lower Level, Cambridge Main Library
From Dora the Explorer to Kim Kardashian, this short documentary explores whether “girl power” is truly empowering to girls or if it has been co-opted to mean something else. Following the short film will be a conversation with Cambridge film director, parent, feminist, and activist, Sarah Blout Rosenberg.

Sunday, June 10 Women in Cambridge: Follow the Honey

5:30pm   Follow the Honey in Harvard Square
An evening of socializing and networking, including a short presentation from Mary, Founder and CEO of Follow the Honey, and “apipreneur-inventor-bee tender”.

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