How do Cantabrigians see themselves as workers? How is their identity linked to their work? Do they see themselves as part of a local workers’ community, or do they identify with their profession across geographical boundaries? History Cambridge will explore these and related issues in a Nov. 14 event.
History Cambridge’s public art installation, “Forgotten Souls of Tory Row: Remembering the Enslaved People of Brattle Street,” is on the front lawn of its headquarters this summer, reminding that slavery was a very real, ever-present institution in Northern colonies and, later, states – including Massachusetts.