|Cambridge Women's Commission events coming up this fall!||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: Shield, Emily (eshieldcambridgema.gov)|
|Date: Wed, 28 Aug 2019 11:20:59 -0700 (PDT)|
Please just us for these exciting events coming up this fall. If you have any questions or need more information, please reach out. Share with your networks as well. We look forward to seeing you.
Cambridge Women’s Commission
Claiming Our Seats… A Kitchen Table Dialogue on Women’s Voting Rights
Wednesday, September 25, 6-8:30pm
Cambridge Main Library, Lecture Hall, 449 Broadway (see attached poster)
Join us as we discuss the upcoming 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment, when women won the right to vote. At this roundtable, panelists will engage us in a reflective dialogue about women’s voting rights across the 20th and 21st centuries.
Featuring: Dr. Jennifer Guglielmo, Rev. Irene Monroe, Dr. Laurie Nsiah-Jefferson, Andrea Asuaje (Moderator)
Sponsored by: Civic Unity Committee, Office of the City Manager, Cambridge Public Library, 22 CityView, Cambridge Women’s Commission, Cambridge Historical Society, Cambridge Historical Commission
How is Today’s Domestic Violence Movement Feminist?
Thursday, September 26, 7–8:30pm
City Hall Annex, 344 Broadway
Ann Fleck-Henderson, author of Transition House 1976-2017: The Movement and The Mainstream, will discuss Cambridge’s domestic violence agency’s evolution from a feminist collective to today’s more formally structured nonprofit community organization. A recent New Yorker article decried Transition House’s “loss of feminist principles” (August 19, 2019). How does an organization balance loyalty to its fundamental roots with the demands of a changing movement? What is the role of feminism in today’s domestic violence movement?
Sponsored by the Cambridge Women’s Commission, a Women&Words! event
Ask for Jane, film screening and discussion with director, Rachel Carey
Friday, September 27, 5:30pm pizza, 6pm film
MIT Room 6-120, free and open to the public
Chicago, 1969... Imagine a world where abortion is punishable by prison, and getting birth control is nearly impossible. As a result, women die every day from taking matters into their own hands. https://www.askforjane.com/
Sponsored by MIT, Women and Gender Studies, co-sponsored by the Cambridge Women’s Commission
Save the date! An Evening with Professor Corinne Field
Thursday, November 7, 6:30pm
Main Library, Lecture Hall, 449 Broadway
Cambridge Public Library and the Cambridge Women’s Commission will celebrate Women’s Suffrage Centennial with Professor Corinne Field. Ms. Field is an associate professor in the Department of Women, Gender, and Sexuality at the University of Virginia. Her research focuses on the intersection of gender, race, and age in the nineteenth-century United States. More details coming soon!
Cambridge Women’s Commission
51 Inman Street, Cambridge, MA 02139
The Cambridge Women’s Commission recognizes, supports, and advocates for all who self-identify as women or with womanhood, including transgender, gender fluid, and non-binary persons. We stand with and for all women and girls regardless of immigration status, sexuality, race, ethnicity, ability or religion.
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