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“Say What?!” Courageous conversations with youth guided by Urban Improv

Featuring an exploration of and training about what it means to be a bystander/upstander, the Network brought the Urban Improv troupe to the Winchester Youth Center on Sunday afternoon, March 5, at the Winchester Youth Center. Over 40 young people...

A Post-Election Civic Gathering: Promoting Social Justice and Protecting Civil Rights

The Winchester Multicultural Network invited people to gather on Sunday afternoon, November 20, to identify and discuss constructive steps we all can take to promote social justice and protect civil rights. The large meeting room in the Public Library was...

International Connections continues tour of local institutions for international residents at Griffin Museum

On Thursday, June 23, following their weekly coffee and conversation meeting, International Connections committee member and WMCN Community Advisor, Caroline Hirschfeld, herself a noted photographer, led a group of international residents and Board members in a tour of the Griffin...

Launch Prize Reading Challenged Personal Concepts of Racism and Sexism

On the evening of Saturday, June 18, the award-winning play The Launch Prize, by MJ Halberstadt, was read by four extremely talented actors, to a very appreciative audience of about sixty community members. The Winchester Multicultural Network brought the play...

Large Community Turnout in Welcome for Our New Executive Director

It was a lively gathering at La Patisserie the morning of November 17, between 8:30 and 10, when representatives from a broad spectrum of the community came to meet and greet our new Executive Director, Aba Taylor. There were representatives...