Racial justice resources, organizations, and ideas for action
Published On: June 3rd, 2020
The steps of Cambridge City Hall on June 2, 2020. Photo by Only in Boston.
The Cambridge Community Foundation is deeply involved in many of the issues that intersect with racial equity, and we’ve pledged to undergo a deep introspection of ourselves and our work, with an intentional lens on racial equity. Read more in a letter from our president, Geeta Pradhan.
We invite you to join us by educating ourselves and one another,being proactive, lifting up leaders of color, and learning about and rallyingbehind the organizations supporting our Black and Brown neighbors. Here are some resources shared by our community that can help us all on our journey to educate ourselves and take action. Please share widely!
Resources to learn about Social and Racial Justice
Advocate for digital equity and Municipal Broadband. Write to the City Manager asking for action towards creating Municipal Broadband: Louis DiPasquale, City Manager[email protected]Learn more fromUpgrade Cambridge.
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