History Café: Harriet Jacobs and the World of Abolitionist Cambridge Women

Harriet Jacobs is best known for her autobiography, Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl, in which she chronicles her enslavement in North Carolina, her subsequent period in hiding in...
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History Café: Three Centuries of Black Cambridge

Join us on Wednesday, June 9, at 7:00 p.m. ET via Zoom for a discussion of the changing geographies of Black Cambridge. This History Café will build on our previous...
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Cambridge Love Letters

Join us this summer at Starlight Square! We’re sharing your Cambridge Love Letters on June 8 and August 10.
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Who Are Cambridge Women?

Profiles included: Barbara Ackermann | Maria Baldwin | Ann Bookman | Sara Chapman Bull | Joyce Chen | Helen Lee Franklin | Lois Lilley Howe | Edith Lesley | Eva...
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