Cambridge Celebrates Women's History Month

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Below is a listing of a few events in Cambridge celebration of Women's History Month:

Cambridge Women Veterans’ Organization presents Exploring, Explaining and Empowering Female Veterans through a Critical Historical Lens: Analysis & Discussion Monday, Mar. 12, 6:30-8 p.m., Cambridge Veterans Services, 51 Inman St., 2nd Floor.
Guest Speaker: Vatsady Sivongxay, Cambridge Attorney, Progressive Community Advocate, Entrepreneur, Laotian Military Family member, Refugee and Mother. All are welcome!  Light refreshments will be served! RSVP: sstoney@cambridgema.gov or zelmabostick@yahoo.com


CANCELLED DUE
to Snow Storm: Celebrating Women's History Month Tuesday, Mar.13, 1-2 p.m., Senior Center, 806 Mass. Ave. Kimberly Sansoucy, Exec. Dir., Cambridge Commission on the Status of Women, will facilitate and engage participating seniors in a conversation about what the past year has meant for women and what 2018 might hold. Please come join the conversation and share your stories and thoughts. This talk is for seniors 60+ but is free and open to the public.


Women in Cambridge: Networking and Socializing for Women in Business

Monday, March 19, 5:30-7pm, Miracle of Science, 321 Mass Ave. 
Women in Cambridge is emerging this spring stronger, more vibrant, and more fun than ever! Join us for some informal networking and hear from the Cambridge Women's Commission about what they’re up to this spring, as well as learn more about the other exciting events, lectures, and programs happening throughout Cambridge. 

The Women’s March: Stories of Energy, Unity, and Activism
Wednesday, March 21 6-7:30pm, Main Library, 449 Broadway
Please join us for a screening of the compelling new documentary Women’s March (30 mins). Filmed at Women’s Marches in five U.S. cities, including Boston, the film explores democracy, human rights, and what it means to stand up for your values in today’s America. Following the film, there will be a panel discussion with local women who are creating powerful movements in our community. Free and open to the public.  


Cambridge's Trailblazing Women Wednesday, Mar. 28, 5:45-8 p.m.
Cambridge City Hall Sullivan Chamber, 795 Mass. Ave.
Free and open to the public
The Cambridge Commission on the Status of Women, in partnership with City Councilor E. Denise Simmons, the Office of the City Manager, Mass Humanities, Community Conversations, and the YWCA, will celebrate and honor Cambridge’s Trailblazing Women at this event honoring of local women. Please join us for the community conversation with an open and honest dialogue on race. Six pairs of honorees will be recognized along with a communal reading and discussion of Maya Angelou’s In Her Own Words.

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