Here are some community events to check out this week in Central Square.

Tuesday June 9th

6:00 PM

The Color of COVID-19 - A discussion with Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley, Liz Miranda and the City of Cambridge Health Departmenton how the current pandemic has exacerbated racial health disparities among communities of color in Cambridge and Boston. Click here to register.

Wednesday June 10th

12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

#HerVote Forum: Women In Politics

This youth-led virtual forum—in which Cambridge Rindge and Latin high school students will moderate a conversation with local women officials— will empower, center, and preserve the experiences of women in politics as they explore their intersectional identities and their roles in political life and the upcoming 2020 election.

HerVote is a civic engagement project that will bring students, adults, and elders into conversation with one another and their communities around the issue of women’s voting and political participation. #HerVote, created to honor the centennial of the 19th amendment, is a partnership between the Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America at Harvard’s Radcliffe Institute and Cambridge Rindge and Latin School. #HerVote aims to provide a platform for women and girls for sharing the issues that matter to them with a broad audience and to draw intergenerational connections between our present moment and the long history of women’s contested place in American political life.

Panelists include:
• Sumbul Siddiqui, Mayor, City of Cambridge
• Alanna Mallon, Vice Mayor, City of Cambridge
• E. Denise Simmons, Cambridge City Council

Student moderation by Ning-Er, Sofia, and Rayne of Cambridge Rindge and Latin School.

Click here to register.

6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

The Mili Blog is launching their online series called Money Moves II. The goal of this event is to provide information on financial moves millennials should start considering in order to build a sustainable lifestyle. Click here to purchase tickets.

Money Moves II Series will be held:

Every Wednesday from June 10th - July 1st, from 6:30-7:30pm. (Guests may join/log in beginning at 6:15pm to network prior to the event start.)

Ticket purchase is for access to all 5 events! Link to enter the webinar will be sent after ticket purchase.

Half of the proceeds will be contributed to a scholarship to support a millennial currently enrolled in a continuing education program or accredited educational courses in collaboration with the CES Foundation.

Thursday June 11th

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

This Thursday, Cambridge Police Department, the City Manager and Mayor Siddiqui will be discussing CPD policies and addressing the Cambridge community’s questions and thoughts about racism and police violence. Click here to register.

Sunday June 14th

12:00 PM

The local Cambridge chapter of My Brother's Keeper is hosting a voter registration drive at the Cambridge Common. Keep an eye out for more information on this event on their twitter account.