Posts tagged with: Aba Taylor

Anti-Racism Organizing in the Suburbs: Visioning, Networking and Skill Building

Over a hundred people from predominantly white suburban communities around Greater Boston participated in the first convening of groups doing anti-racism organizing work in the suburbs (AROS) at Melrose First Methodist Church on a recent beautiful Saturday. Organized by Community...

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,...

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...

Combating the Rise of Intolerance: A Community Dialogue

State Representative Michael S. Day will sponsor and host a panel discussion and community dialogue that will explore the rise of crimes and speech based on intolerance toward minority groups in our community. The conversation, co-sponsored by the Winchester Multicultural...

Social Justice Leadership Series

  A skill-building program, 3 Thursday evenings, October 5, 12, 19, 2017 | 6:00–9:00pm, Attendance on all 3 evenings is required—to build a learning community It’s time to step up. The U.S. has historically struggled with issues related to race,...