• Responding to incidents of bias and discrimination
  • Working with the public schools through the School Impact Committee
  • Planning programs and events which include speakers, films, and forums
  • Publishing our newsletter The Journey
  • Celebrating holidays such as Rev. Dr.Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday and Black History Month
  • Hosting our annual Community Multicultural Workshop
  • Facilitating discussion groups where people can share perspectives and world views
  • Providing opportunities for international residents and newcomers to meet and enjoy informal conversation.
  • Speaking to groups such as Rotary; library volunteers, the board of A Better Chance, etc., and other community groups
  • Writing letters to the editor and guest columns in our local newspapers
  • By bringing a multicultural perspective to individual conversations and meetings in our faith communities, schools, and community organizations
  • Meeting with town officials and members of the town’s volunteer boards
  • Holding information sessions to inform the community about our mission and activities
  • Serving as a resource for other town organizations
  • Representing the Network at town and regional committees and organizations such as the Winchester Reads Committee, the Massachusetts Human Rights Commission meetings, etc.