Posts filed under: wmcn event

The Network joins in nation-wide Stand Against Racism this Sunday, April 26.

Taking a Stand Against Racism — The Cost of Unequal Justice On Sunday, April 26, 2015, 4:30 – 6:00 PM at the Griffin Museum, 67 Shore Road, Winchester, the Network will host a program “Taking a Stand Against Racism—the Cost of Unequal...

The Golden Door: A Mirror of One’s Culture

On Sunday March 13, 2015, actors from In Good Company performed “The Golden Door,” a play written by award-winning playwright Joyce Van Dyke, at the First Congregational Church in Winchester. The play is set in an Armenian grocery store in...
  • Author Peniel E. Joseph

Honoring Black History: Understanding Racism

Approximately 100 people attended a highly informative and emotionally powerful Black History Month Celebration on Sunday afternoon, March 8, 2015. This program was co-sponsored by the Network and the St. Mary’s Church Peace and Justice Committee, with funding provided by...

Open House Celebration

On Saturday March 7, the Winchester Multicultural Network hosted an open house and invited members of the community to visit our new, accessible office in the town center. Throughout the afternoon, individuals and families flowed through the doors and shared...
  • Coming Events Flyer March and April 2015

Upcoming Network Programs To Facilitate Effective Communication on Today’s Multicultural Issues

Over March and April 2015, our Network programs invite delving into complex, nuanced issues that are shaping both personal and civic discussions and actions. What happens to those who are named “other”—whether by race, gender, country of origin, ability, or...