Posts tagged with: immigration

Boston Women’s March January 2017

March in solidarity with communities most affected by the hate, intolerance and acts of violence being perpetrated throughout the nation .......

Legacy. Migration. Memory. at the Griffin Museum of Photography

The Sea Remembers by Rosemarie Zens and The Kitchen Gods by Priya Kambli, shared focus: the search of self and identity by exploring their individual past. One goes to her country of origin and photographs the places of her memories and...

Picket Fence to Picket Line: Visions of American Citizenship

Picket Fence to Picket Line will foster meaningful dialogue surrounding this year's presidential election and connect to our active population of voters. It will inspire visitors to confront one of the most highly charged questions in contemporary political discourse: What...

Winchester Reads 2015: An Evening With Carlos Eire

Eire will discuss his book Learning to Die in Miami: Confessions of a Refugee Boy, a memoir about his experiences as an 11-year-old who was part of the airlift of Cuban children sent to Florida from Cuba after the Castro...

A Community of Immigrants

The Network’s third program in this year’s Winchester In Transition (WIT) series, “Inclusion for All:  A Community of Immigrants” on Sunday afternoon, May 4, in the Winchester Public Library, included a fascinating panel discussion and captivating performance by True Story...