by Juanita Zerda, Board President, Winchester Multicultural Network In response to the news from Virginia about politicians using blackface, the Winchester Multicultural Network’s Board and Response and Advocacy Committee have been conducting research about blackface in US and local history, and...
As we have since 2016, the Winchester Multicultural Network brings to Women’s History Month (March) the recognition and celebration of a sampling of local women. Their perspectives and contributions promote and uphold the Network’s mission of making Winchester a more...
Liora Norwich comes to the Network with over 15 years experience in the nonprofit sector and a deep passion for advancing equity, inclusion, and diversity. She has significant expertise in program planning and evaluation, coalition building, community outreach, volunteer engagement, and...
We were so grateful to have co-hosted our annual Black History Month celebration with the Winchester Interfaith Council at the Jenks Center on Sunday, February 10. Before a packed house of attendees from Winchester and several surrounding towns, Dr. Darnisa...
Despite frigid windy weather, over 100 hardy adults and children gathered in the Winchester Unitarian Society’s Metcalf Hall on Monday, January 21 to honor Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday through pictorial, written, and oral art reflecting Dr. King’s justice work....