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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...
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...
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...
Pride Month generally occurs in June as an honor/commemoration of the June 28, 1969 Stonewall Riots. Over the years Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and Intersex (LGBTQI) communities have created and instituted annual events that take place during Pride Month,...
The International Connections Thursday morning coffee group had a tour of the Winchester Police Department on Thursday morning, November 5. Chief of Police, Kenneth Albertelli, has long been a Community Advisor to our Network. Lieutenant-in-Charge Peter MacDonnell answered a range...