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Series II: Cambridge Sane/Freeze, 1989-1992


Scope and Contents

This name change, Cambridge Sane/Freeze, was in effect for four years, a period during which the activities of the organization were beginning to broaden in scope. A collection of minutes for 1989 and 1990 gives a picture of the day to day activities of Cambridge Sane/Freeze, which ranged from selling raffle tickets, to peace vigils, to distribution of leaflets, to questionnaires for Cambridge City Council candidates, to an event on economic diversification, to pressure on politicians, from Mayor Vellucci to Senators Kerry and Kennedy. In addition, these years saw the Moseley correspondence with world leaders, organized protests against the Gulf (Iraq) War, and the beginning of the group’s use of channel TV to disseminate its message.


  • 1989-1992

Language of Materials

From the Collection: Material is in English.


Collection is available for research under the CHC rules of use.


From the Collection: 0.5 linear feet (1 box)

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge Historical Commission Archives Repository

831 Massachusetts Avenue
2nd Floor
Cambridge Massachusetts 02139 US