Cambridge Community Television

Cambridge Community Television nurtures a strong, equitable and diverse community by providing tools and training to foster free speech, civic engagement, and creative expression while connecting people to collaboratively produce media that is responsive, relevant, and effective in a fast-changing technological environment. CCTV has archival film and video footage of Cambridge dating back to the…

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The Cambridge Club

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The Cambridge Club was founded in 1879, “to consider and discuss questions relating to the civic well-being of the City of Cambridge, and to promote literary, scientific and social culture among its members.” This limited membership club is open by invitation to people who live or work in Cambridge and have displayed significant and sustained…

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Black History in Cambridge: Online Resources

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Explore these online resources that explore Black history in Cambridge. More programs and events about Cambridge’s Black history are being planned. To be notified, sign up for our monthly enewsletter at historycambridge.org.  Articles  A story of enslavement; a Juneteenth reflection  Quiet courage: Groundbreaking Maria Baldwin and the racial politics of education in Cambridge Pauline Hopkins’…

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Basket Club Records, 1873–1963

Administrative Information Historical Sketch Sources Related Collections Scope and Content Note Library of Congress Subject Headings Series Description and Folder Listing   Records: 1873 –1963 (Bulk: 1873-1953) 1 and 1/2 file boxes Processor: Margaret Crilly .63 linear feet Date: November 18, 2008 Acquisition: The Basket Club disbanded on February 12, 1963. Although no formal acquisition…

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