Decolonizing the mind through conversation we were never meant to have

On Sunday afternoon, November 4, a capacity audience at the Jenks Senior Center gathered to hear racial justice educator and author, Debby Irving, and activist Claudia Fox Tree of The Massachusetts Center for Native American Awareness hold a public dialogue around...

The Network stands in strong support of our Jewish community

As we reflect on Saturday’s tragic killings in the Tree of Life synagogue of Pittsburgh, we mourn those who ventured out on what they thought would be a day of worship and we grieve for a community–in Pittsburgh, our country,...

Position re-opens for Network Executive Director

Download Executive Director Position Profile PDF Executive Director Position Profile The Opportunity The Winchester Multicultural Network (Network) is seeking an experienced, dynamic, and visionary thought leader who will guide this grassroots, activist, volunteer-driven organization to its next level of development...

Civic Gathering #6: Connecting Anew for a Caring and Inclusive Community

The Town Common Task Force (TCTF) organized the sixth in an ongoing series of Civic Gatherings, entitled “Connecting Anew for a Caring and Inclusive Community,” on October 17, 2018. The Network has been an active participant on the TCTF since...

Mass Memories Road Show at Winchester

Above: Detail from photo by Wicked Local Staff Photographer, Ruby Wallau — Rod Gay shows Sean Restiro, 16, both of Winchester, photos from when Winchester played in the 1955 and 1956 Little League World Series during the Mass Memories Road...