Discovering the New Murals in Central Square

This fall, new murals began appearing around Cambridge’s Central Square — a heart blossoming on the back of a convenience store; eyes staring out of the entrance to a parking garage; an echo of Mass. Ave. appearing high up a wall of a building along the street. So far, about a dozen have been painted, but more are planned for the spring.
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Cambridge Police Department Establishes Family and Social Justice Section

Earlier this year, Cambridge Police Department (CPD) established a Family and Social Justice Section to help formalize its new social justice approach to policing and increase its capacity to serve and protect our most vulnerable populations: juveniles, homeless, individuals suffering from mental illness and substance abuse, Seniors in need of dependent care, and survivors of domestic violence and/or sexual assault. Continue reading Cambridge Police Department Establishes Family and Social Justice Section

Connecting the Community to City Resources

Cambridge is committed to being a welcoming and inclusive community, and connecting individuals with the services they need. Through its Department of Human Service Programs, (DHSP), the City provides a variety of programs and services for adult education, college completion, employment opportunities, recreation, and seniors.

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