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Winchester Community Comes Together to Show Support and Learn Ways to Help Immigrant Families Reunite

Although President Trump signed an executive order to stop the separation of children and their families at the US-Mexican border, there are still over 2000 children currently spread throughout the country; there is little clarity as to how and when...

Anti-Racism Organizing in the Suburbs: Visioning, Networking and Skill Building

Over a hundred people from predominantly white suburban communities around Greater Boston participated in the first convening of groups doing anti-racism organizing work in the suburbs (AROS) at Melrose First Methodist Church on a recent beautiful Saturday. Organized by Community...

Fostering Collaboration in the Service of a Caring and Inclusive Community—Civic Gathering #5

On the evening of February 28th, over 75 people packed the Griffin Museum for the fifth in a series of Civic Gatherings co-sponsored by the Network, the Town Common Task Force (TCTF), the Winchester Board of Selectmen and the Winchester...

Black History Month 2018 celebrated with a spirited African-inspired beat

About Winchester’s Black History Month Celebration On Sunday, February 11, 2018, at 2:00 pm in St. Mary’s Parish Hall, Winchester folk came together to celebrate the 25th Year of Black History Celebration in Winchester. Initially begun by a Winchester resident...

Storyteller Valerie Tutson delighted all with historic tales at MLK event

The Multicultural Network once again joined with Winchester’s Family Action Network (FAN) to host a celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday. The event on Monday, January 15, featured an engaging performance from storyteller Valerie Tutson. She began by...