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Harvard Government professor Michael J. Sandel, left, spoke at a fundraiser benefitting homeless programs at the First Church in Cambridge. Sandel was interviewed by Divinity School professor and Interim Minister of Memorial Church Stephanie A. Paulsell.
Housing Advocates Urge Cambridge Residents to Endorse Non-Congregate Shelters at Upcoming City Council Meeting
In advance of the Cambridge City Council meeting on Monday, a group of housing advocates distributed flyers to more than 1,200 households on Sunday urging residents to give public comment in support of “non-congregate” shelters.
Project Right to Housing organizers hand out pamphlets calling on Cambridge residents to deliver public comment at Monday's City Council meeting in support of creating non- congregate shelter spaces.
Cambridge City Councilor Jivan Sobrinho-Wheeler addresses Project Right to Housing advocates during a rally on the Cambridge City Hall steps on Sunday.