Quiet courage: Groundbreaking Maria Baldwin and the racial politics of education in Cambridge

Mercy Scollay and the lifelong work of mending

Talks, resource guide, walking tour will connect present with 18th century’s Black Cantabrigians

Pauline Hopkins’ proto-science-fiction took off from familiar settings: The streets of Cambridge

Vital to start of Cambridge Community Center, Helen Lee Franklin was activist in every sense

Cantabrigians with roots in the Caribbean contribute vibrancy of immigrant experience

Vietnam War and Harvard expansion resistance merged in protests that drew thousands in 1969

The Port neighborhood’s sense of community began in the Caribbean, before The Port existed

Lois Lilley Howe pioneered as female architect, and her homes are still found throughout city

Businesses Well Lived: Starting with three stories in which decades of work ended amid a pandemic