In the Community: Traces of the Trade, #MeToo, Arlington EATS

Traces of the Trade Film and Discussion

Wednesday February 7, 7pm, Community United Methodist Church, Wayland
Read/Download flyer for Traces of the Trade

Tainted Witness: Why We Doubt What Women Say About Their Lives

Tuesday February 13, 7pm, Lexington Depot
Read/Download flyer for Tainted Witness

Arlington EATS annual fundraiser

Saturday March 10, 7pm, Arlington Town Hall
Silent Auction starts February 10.

Arlington EATS annual fundraiser takes place at Arlington Town Hall on Saturday, March 10. Doors open at 7 for music and dancing, hors d’oeuvres and fun, but you can start bidding in the silent auction starting February 10!

“The Difficult Miracle: The Living Legacy of June Jordan,” and More

February 22, 4:15 pm, 10 Garden St., Cambridge

A Schlesinger Library 75th Anniversary event, this panel discussion on the late Caribbean-American poet, essayist, teacher, and activist will be followed at 6 pm by a public reception and an evening of poetry and performance featuring Harvard and community poets. Free. Registration requested.

History Buffs… Transcribe Anti-Slavery Manuscripts

The Boston Public Library seeks volunteers to help transcribe, from home, their extensive collection of handwritten correspondence between anti-slavery activists in the 19th century into texts that can be more easily read and researched.