Directory of Cambridge-related websites
(e-mail address substituted if no website)

Links to neighborhood associations, etc.:

Links to civic associations, civic websites:

Links to advocacy groups:

Links to local quasi-political parties:

  • A Better Cambridge
    A group of residents working to build a more diverse and dynamic Cambridge on the path toward sustainable growth.
  • Cambridge Residents Alliance
  • Black Lives Matter Cambridge
    (link permanently removed due to this organization refusing entry to an event based on race/income)

“Blogs” of interest:

Special interest:


Newspapers and websites:

Local colleges and universities:

Political parties:

Charitable/service organizations:

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Note: Additional links will be added on request. If your particular group does not have a website, we will provide a simple page with e-mail addresses, text, and images (free of charge), within reason and subject to the discretion of the Editor.

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Written by Joe Gillis, funded by Norma Desmond

Last updated March 22, 2017 11:13 PM

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