Posts filed under: wmcn workshop

Bystander Training Workshop focuses on what it means to be an active bystander

Thirty individuals from Winchester and other towns gathered at Temple Shir Tikvah on Thursday evening, June 8 for a two-hour bystander workshop given by Dan Ottenheimer, Dan Lieber, and Marion Magill, Temple members who have received training from the Quabbin...

Constructive Conversations Across Differences

Imagine a different kind of public discourse than that which assaults us each day in our civic, professional and personal arenas, one in which ”people (can) speak truthfully and compassionately about what matter(s) in their communities without letting differences tear...

Now What? Building Community After the Elections

On Thursday evening, December 1, approximately sixty people participated in the Winchester Multicultural Network’s program entitled “Now What? Building Community After the Elections.” This program, led by True Story theater, was a workshop on how to have productive dialogues across...

Network Community Workshop held on April 11, 2015

The Winchester Multicultural Network hosted its annual community workshop on Saturday, April 11, at the Sanborn House. This year’s theme was Communicating Effectively in a Multicultural World. Valerie Batts, Ph.D and Executive Director and co-founder of VISIONS, Inc., expertly facilitated the workshop....