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Immigrant rights, refugee rights, civil liberties, racial justice, freedom of religion -- these are all areas that have come to the forefront of our nation's attention with Donald Trump as president, and these are all areas that many Cambridge residents care deeply about. In the 24th episode of Cambridge Uncovered, host Frank Morris Lopez interviews guests from organizations working across the commonwealth of Massachusetts, including in the city of Cambridge, to fight for and to secure the rights of people living in our community.

It's been two months since the Women's March took over the country and the world. In this video, three Cambridge women tell their stories of what it was like to attend the Women's March in Boston and Washington, D.C., the day after the inauguration of Donald Trump as president of the United States of America. Featuring: Mikki Ansin, Elena Saporta and Susan Labandibar.

In the 23rd episode of Cambridge Uncovered, NeighborMedia coordinator Frank Morris Lopez is joined by representatives from three Cambridge movements who are organizing and fighting in the wake of a Donald Trump presidency. Peter Ciurczak of CAST - Cambridge Area Stronger Together, Lisa Blout of the Wall of Women, and Bill McAvinney of the Cambridge Democrats and the Sister District Project are guests. A roll-in video features three Cambridge women who tell their stories of what it was like to attend the Women's March in Boston and Washington, D.C.

Hosted by DigBoston editor and Boston Institute for Nonprofit Journalism (BINJ) co-founder Chris Faraone, BEYOND BOSTON is a monthly regional news magazine spotlighting reporting from Boston, MA area community access centers - including Brookline Interactive Group (BIG) in Brookline, MA, Cambridge Community Television (CCTV) in Cambridge, MA, Malden Access TV (MATV) in Malden, MA, Somerville Community Access Television (SCATV) in Somerville, MA, LTC Lowell and Watertown Cable Access Corp- in partnership with BINJ.

Katiria Pineda-Colon loves the spotlight. From beauty pageants to dance, theater to media, the 26-year-old lover of the arts is accustomed to being on stage and being seen by audiences great and small. Now, this enthusiastic Cambridge Latina is putting the spotlight on other artists whose work may not have a large audience — yet.

An opening reception for the exhibition of paintings by local artist Joanna Bunker Rohrbaugh will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24 at the Karen Aqua Gallery inside Cambridge Community Television, 438 Massachusetts Avenue in Central Square. The paintings will be on view until April 7. The event is free and open to the public.

Alberto Vasallo, publisher of El Mundo Boston, went to Anna's Taqueria in Cambridge to find that it had closed its doors for "A Day Without Immigrants." Watch his Facebook Live report here.

Did you encounter any other Cambridge restaurants or businesses that closed for the day?

Have recent political events got you politically active? Are you taking part in demonstrations, protests and rallies, such as the Women's March in Boston or D.C., the Muslim and Immigration Rally at Copley Square, or the Unity Rally at Cambridge City Hall? Are you otherwise politically engaged to make change in the country and advocate for what you feel is right? NeighborMedia wants to hear your story.