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Sambanismo EXPERIENCE Boston, now in its second year, is an international dance, music and art event dedicated to combining the energy and rhythm of music and dance with the vibrant essence of Brazilian culture. A weekend full of learning, moving, and exchanging will culminate with an After Party led by the legendary DJ Spinna at […]

The 19th Annual National Black Pre-Law Conference and Law Fair 2023

The National Black Pre-Law Conference and Law Fair, the nation’s premier information-sharing and networking empowerment event for aspiring Black lawyers, is back for its 19th annual event at the Gutman Conference Center at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This power-packed, three-day conference takes place from Thursday, November 16th, 2023 to Saturday, […] Presents Jacques Schwarz-Bart Quartet with Stephanie McKay

Sun Music presents Jacques Schwarz-Bart Quartet with Stephanie McKay at the Regattabar @ The Charles Hotel in Cambidge, MA. The band will perform songs from his latest album release, The Harlem Suite. The Harlem Suite recounts Jacques’ childhood dream of coming to NY from his little island of Guadeloupe to become a jazz musician. The […]

Cancer Equity Colloquium

Now more than ever, the presence of social inequities in healthcare is evident. This two-day event, the Mass General Cancer Center – Cancer Equity Colloquium, will address the diverse issues that underlie cancer inequities. The goal of the Colloquium is to bring together individuals from healthcare, academia, private/public business sector, and the public at large […]

48th Annual MLK Day Celebration with Annette Gordon-Reed

Join the Cambridge Public Library as they host their 48th annual FREE MLK Day celebration with Dr. Annette Gordon-Reed, the Carl M. Loeb University Professor at Harvard and the author of many books, including, most recently, On Juneteenth (2021). Gordon-Reed has received many awards for her work, including the Pulitzer Prize in History in 2009 […]

American Premiere of Pedro Halffter’s Opera KLARA

OCTOBER 12, 8 PM, PAINE HALL HARVARD UNIVERSITY, 3 Oxford Street   New York based opera company Divaria Productions will partner with The Harvard Program in Refugee Trauma ( HPRT ) and the Chester M. Pierce, MD, Division of Global Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry at the Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School to present […]

Black Social Worker Film Festival

The Metro West Chapter of the Association of Black Social Workers Presents: The Black Social Work Film Festival! About this event The films chosen are focused on social context that impact communities of color. Each film will include an invitation to the filmmaker and involve expert panelists to discuss the film’s issues including mental health […]

Eat Local Month: Cambridge Community Garden Bike Tour

Starting at Riverside Press Community Garden and ending at Hurley Street Neighborhood Farm, we will tour Cambridge’s community gardens. You can join to bike or just join us for the garden party afterwards. Please RSVP here for both: Biking starts at Riverside Press Community Garden at Riverside Press Park at 5:30pm Please come prepared to bike […]

Eat Local Month Film Screening: Fish & Men at the Brattle Theater

Fish & Men exposes the high cost of cheap fish in the modern seafood economy and the forces threatening local fishing communities and public health by revealing how our choices as consumers drive the global seafood trade. But, a new movement is underway – an opportunity to return sustainability to both fish and fishermen. Thriving […]

Cambridge Jazz Festival 2022

We’re Back!!! Join us for (2) Jazz music filled days! Saturday, July 30th, Afro-Caribbean Jazz Connections music stage will be hosted by José Massó III, host and producer of “¡Con Salsa!” on 90.9 WBUR, with head-lining act Eguie Castrillo and the July 31st stage hosted by Valerie Stephens, with head-liner Chelsea Green. The festival is […]