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...

2. Women’s History Month Honoree 2018: Stacey Irizarry

Stacey Irizarry arrived on the Winchester scene eight years ago and is firmly rooted in its civic life. She began by participating in political campaigns and then by working with Winchester Inclusive Network (WIN), co-chairing the Special Education Parent Advisory...

1. Women’s History Month Honoree 2018: Vicky Coccoluto

  Building community political awareness and involvement through civic engagement. Vicky Coccoluto has lived in Winchester for nearly 30 years, but didn’t get involved in civic activities until around 15 years ago, after she retired from her career as an...

Required Reading for White America—Boston Globe, Sunday Arts

February 16, 2018— This nation has always been riven when it comes to race. Recall that disagreements over slavery and inequality ran so deep that the Founding Fathers decided to just look the other way, pretty sure that otherwise no union...

Transition in Network’s Executive Directorship

Dear Winchester Multicultural Network friends, colleagues and collaborators, It is with great sorrow that we announce that our beloved and inspiring Executive Director, Aba Taylor, will be leaving the Multicultural Network to pursue an exciting opportunity at the national organization,...