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On Saturday March 7, the Winchester Multicultural Network hosted an open house and invited members of the community to visit our new, accessible office in the town center. Throughout the afternoon, individuals and families flowed through the doors and shared...
Over March and April 2015, our Network programs invite delving into complex, nuanced issues that are shaping both personal and civic discussions and actions. What happens to those who are named “other”—whether by race, gender, country of origin, ability, or...
On Sunday, March 8, 2015 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm. Dr. Peniel Joseph, leading scholar on Black History in America, will deliver his rescheduled talk on race in America titled “From Selma to Ferguson: Re-imagining the Civil Rights Movement in...
  • The Golden Door
The Multicultural Network continues its annual Winchester in Transition with a different slant this year. WIT 2015 will be a full-length, community performance of The Golden Door, a shorter version of which was recently presented to the public schools’ fourth...
On January 30, 2015, two performances accommodated all 4th graders in the district at the Lincoln School. The program was a great success and the students, teachers and performers enjoyed the full length production with music, dance, and stories tremendously. The Golden Door,...