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The Winchester Multicultural Network is an official organizational partner with this event because of the Boston Women’s March non-partisan support for protecting and furthering civil rights. The assembly point for the Winchester Multicultural Network is 10:45 a.m. on the Common near...
Interview with Sam Wilson Sam Wilson currently serves the Winchester Unitarian Society as their Director of Youth Ministries. He is also a Leader of Youth Justice Trainings for the UU College of Social Justice, consultant in Development for the UU...
On Thursday, June 23, following their weekly coffee and conversation meeting, International Connections committee member and WMCN Community Advisor, Caroline Hirschfeld, herself a noted photographer, led a group of international residents and Board members in a tour of the Griffin...
On Wednesday, June 15th, the Islamic Center of Boston in Wayland hosted, a “Building Bridges Iftar.” An Iftar is the breaking of the fast at sundown each evening during the month-long holiday of Ramadan. A small group from the Winchester...
On the evening of Saturday, June 18, the award-winning play The Launch Prize, by MJ Halberstadt, was read by four extremely talented actors, to a very appreciative audience of about sixty community members. The Winchester Multicultural Network brought the play...