Maurice Wilkey interviewed Toni Bee and her painter poet colleague Dexter for NeighborMedia. The interview took place at CCTV studios Thursday, March 23, 2017 during the Spring Affair program. Toni Bee was poet laureate and Inaugural Cambridge Poetry Ambassador for the City of Cambridge. She and her friend will be part of several upcoming spoken word events in Cambridge and surrounding area. Friday, March 31, Toni will be Master of Ceremonies for The Art & Poetry event in Jamaica Plain.
It's been two months since the Women's March took over the country and the world. In this video, three Cambridge women tell their stories of what it was like to attend the Women's March in Boston and Washington, D.C., the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States of America. Featuring: Mikki Ansin, Elena Saporta and Susan Labandibar.
In the 23rd episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia coordinator Frank Morris Lopez is joined by representatives from three Cambridge movements who are organizing and fighting in the wake of a Donald Trump presidency. Peter Ciurczak of CAST - Cambridge Area Stronger Together, Lisa Blout of the Wall of Women, and Bill McAvinney of the Cambridge Democrats and the Sister District Project are guests.
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The Harvard Islamic Society organized a rally in Harvard Square on March 7 in protest of Donald Trump’s revised executive order on immigration. Braving the cold and rainy weather, protesters demonstrated near the Harvard T station, bearing signs emblazoned with rebellious expressions. “Ban racists not Muslims. Dump Trump.
Love is love. No matter what happens in our world, love and art will always prosper. The creators involved in the “Coded” art gallery aim to send a message to those who try to show hatred and discrimination towards the LGBT community.
After school, Jennifer Kay.Goodman can be found behind her desk surrounded by canvas totes bags, stacks of stackable chairs, and piles of student papers. Next to the pile of papers are her knitting needles wrapped around a current project of colorful yarn shaped into kitten ears.
“I’ve been knitting pussy hats” said Kay.Goodman as she sported a magenta and orange hat she recently finished.“I can bust one out in 1-2 hours. I’ve been making them more since the election.”