The Network participated in Worldfest, a multicultural celebration of our cultural diversity

The Network was a community partner for this year’s WorldFest, a multicultural festival including dance and musical performances, artwork, crafts, activities, cultural displays, and food from all around the world. This was the eighth year for WordlFest in Woburn, organized...

Constructive Conversations Across Differences

How can we feel more confident and prepared to have conversations about controversial issues? On Saturday, May 12, the Winchester Multicultural Network welcomed more than 20 people to a workshop called “Strengthening Our Community Through Constructive Conversation.” The workshop, led...

Anti-Racism Organizing in the Suburbs: Visioning, Networking and Skill Building

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...

Boston Chinatown: 1880 to Present

Over 50 people packed the meeting room at the Sanborn House, Winchester Historical society,  on the evening of March 27, 2018 to hear a fascinating presentation on the history and impact of Boston’s Chinatown by Tunney Lee, Professor Emeritus and...

5. Women’s History Month Honoree 2018: Deirdre Giblin

Building on Human Rights Law and compassion for the resettlement of destitute and vulnerable refugees, including families and children, seeking asylum and restored lives. Deirdre Giblin is an Asylum Attorney at Community Legal Services and Counseling Center in Cambridge. She...