The Network was part of a focus on immigration at WorldFest 2017

This year the Network was a community partner for WorldFest, an annual multicultural event in Woburn presented through a collaboration of Social Capital, Inc. and the YMCA International Learning Center.  Participants enjoyed food, music, and dance performances from countries around...

Network Board members and friends participated in En Ka Parade 2017

On a beautiful Spring morning, Saturday, May 20, at 9 am, the Network proudly marched with our neighbors in the En Ka’s annual hometown parade. Our marchers included Board members and community supporters, a group that was diverse with respect...

Civic Gathering #3: Building Momentum in Service of a Caring and Inclusive Community

The Network convened Winchester residents for a third civic gathering on Thursday, May 18, at the Sanborn House, with the goal of “Building Momentum” from two prior civic gatherings. The first had been held in November at the Winchester Public...

“American Denial” probes the unconscious biases today regarding race in America.

The Multicultural Network screened the film American Denial at the Next Door Theater on May 11 to mark the YWCA’s annual “Take a Stand Against Racism.” American Denial, which first premiered on PBS in 2015, examines Swedish economist and social...

“Salam Neighbor” gives first-hand account of life in the Za’atari refugee camp in Jordan

“Salam Neighbor” is an award-winning film and campaign to connect the world to refugees. On May 3, a screening of the documentary was hosted by LIVE LEARN ACT, a Winchester-based nonprofit focused on expanding global education opportunities for young children,...