social justice

Do-Gooders, Key Players, and Game Changers: Cambridge YWCA

Body, mind and spirit are the three pillars of the United States YWCA—the institution’s original logo is composed of a triangle with its sides representing these facets of its services. In Cambridge in particular, the YWCA has strived to support underprivileged women and families since its founding 128 years ago.  For most of the YWCA’s […]


: Parenting Journey Hosts Second Annual Social & Family Justice Institute

The Social & Family Justice Institute is a convening of cross-sector stakeholders and partners to advance an agenda that promotes community, uplifts parents, and cultivates leadership. This year’s institute will focus on Transforming Our Communities through Civic Engagement. Parenting Journey will facilitate a conversation with other inspired thought-partners to discuss what’s at stake for families […]


For LivableStreets, Transportation is a Social Justice Issue

“Streets are for people, and for all people, whether they’re walking or biking, [or] taking public transit,” says Louisa Gag, sitting across from me at a large wood conference table in an office that houses a total of five desks, two bikes, and one bathroom. It’s hard to imagine that so many projects across Cambridge […]