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The city honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a number of ways this long weekend, with a Day of Service and #BlackLivesMatter protest march coming Monday.
We are grateful Cambridge has largely been spared the deep fractures between police and the people they serve. And yet, Cambridge is no stranger to social dysfunction at the intersection of class, race and law enforcement practices.
There have been no black people killed by police here as there have been recently in Ferguson, Mo., and many other places, and white faces account for many among protest marchers.
The story of the so-called “Venus Hottentot” and a glimpse into the adult life of Charlie Brown are among four original comedy plays tonight in Davis Square.
People interested in serving should submit a letter of interest, including a résumé and/or an explanation of applicable experience.
The police commissioner’s assurances of checks and balances on officer actions cann’t be accepted at face value – not if recent history is any gauge.
A new city assessment of community health goes beyond the obvious to shine a spotlight on poverty, disease, inequity and racial differences.
People interested in serving on the Cambridge Human Rights Commission are asked to send letters of interest, a résumé and list of applicable experience.
A $140,000 education consultant is promising that his system will show how to correct teacher-education program flaws and even lessen the district’s achievement gap.
Residents and interested members of the community are invited to request a formal role in a new Citizen Committee on Civic Unity.