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,...

Black History Month 2018 celebrated with a spirited African-inspired beat

About Winchester’s Black History Month Celebration On Sunday, February 11, 2018, at 2:00 pm in St. Mary’s Parish Hall, Winchester folk came together to celebrate the 25th Year of Black History Celebration in Winchester. Initially begun by a Winchester resident...

Storyteller Valerie Tutson delighted all with historic tales at MLK event

The Multicultural Network once again joined with Winchester’s Family Action Network (FAN) to host a celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday. The event on Monday, January 15, featured an engaging performance from storyteller Valerie Tutson. She began by...

Facing Racism

The front page headline of the January 13 issue of the Boston Globe was this quote from a reporter at an event in Washington: “Mr. President, are you a racist?” As we write this we are filled with disgust, anger...