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Although President Trump signed an executive order to stop the separation of children and their families at the US-Mexican border, there are still over 2000 children currently spread throughout the country; there is little clarity as to how and when...
Over a hundred people from predominantly white suburban communities around Greater Boston participated in the first convening of groups doing anti-racism organizing work in the suburbs (AROS) at Melrose First Methodist Church on a recent beautiful Saturday. Organized by Community...
On the evening of February 28th, over 75 people packed the Griffin Museum for the fifth in a series of Civic Gatherings co-sponsored by the Network, the Town Common Task Force (TCTF), the Winchester Board of Selectmen and the Winchester...
About Winchester’s Black History Month Celebration On Sunday, February 11, 2018, at 2:00 pm in St. Mary’s Parish Hall, Winchester folk came together to celebrate the 25th Year of Black History Celebration in Winchester. Initially begun by a Winchester resident...
The Multicultural Network once again joined with Winchester’s Family Action Network (FAN) to host a celebration of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s birthday. The event on Monday, January 15, featured an engaging performance from storyteller Valerie Tutson. She began by...