All posts by: Lily Yamamoto

The Winchester Multicultural Network stands in solidarity with all those who feel threatened by the Trump administration’s latest round of immigration harassment. While as of Monday, July 15, the wide-sweeping raids announced by the administration have not yet come to...
On Thursday, June 6, in the Large Meeting Room at the Winchester Public Library, the Network and Parent to Parent were proud to co-sponsor “Alphabet Soup: Deciphering the LGBTQIA+,” an event that has launched a tradition for these two organizations...
On June 1, Town Day 2019, residents and visitors found a warm welcome at the Network booth. Young people decorated white tee shirts with rainbow-hued messages supporting empathy, inclusion, and diversity. Adults responded to questions from four Network action-arm committees—Response...
Network Steering Committee members and their families and friends were out and about over the weekend of May 18-19. Saturday saw a contingent of around 20 marching through Winchester Center in the EnKa Fair, holding signs supporting an inclusive community....
On Sunday, April 28, the Winchester Multicultural Network, in conjunction with the YWCA’s nation-wide Stand Against Racism campaign, provided a moving and awareness-raising program featuring the stories of local women who are immigrants, as well as a presentation regarding legal...