Call To Artists: Tory Row’s Hidden Black History Project

Open front gate leading up to front door of historic house flanked by trees

About the Project History Cambridge intends to install temporary public art on the front lawn of Hooper-Lee-Nichols House (HLN) in the Spring of 2022 to raise awareness of Black history in West Cambridge. All Massachusetts artists are encouraged to apply. Massachusetts was a center of slave trading in New England as early as 1688 when…

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Feb 17 – I’m a Good Person! Isn’t That Enough?

Join us for a virtual presentation of “I’m a Good Person! Isn’t That Enough?” with Cantabrigian author and speaker Debby Irving. Using historical and media images, Debby Irving examined how she used her white-skewed belief system to interpret the world around her. Socialized on a narrow worldview, Debby explored how she spent decades silently reaffirming…

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Tory Row Anti-Racism Coalition (TRAC) meeting + “The Sugar Planters of Brattle Street” with Caitlin DeAngelis Hopkins

Wednesday, April 7, 20216:30-7:30 PM Via Zoom (Register below for Zoom link) The Sugar Planters of Brattle Street Join the Cambridge Historical Society and your fellow Brattle Street neighbors for our first Tory Row Anti-Racism Coalition (TRAC) meeting and presentation. We will be joined by historian Caitlin DeAngelis Hopkins who will talk about the sugar-planting,…

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