The front page headline of the January 13 issue of the Boston Globe was this quote from a reporter at an event in Washington: “Mr. President, are you a racist?” As we write this we are filled with disgust, anger...
Brief History In 1991 the Network’s founder Sandra Thompson and a small group of colleagues created the Winchester Multicultural Network which has grown over the past 26 years into a respected, go-to community organization. From that small initial board, the...
Press Release from Everyday Democracy: Ideas & Tools for Community Change, November 9, 2017 NATIONWIDE – For more than 25 years, Everyday Democracy has worked with communities across the country to foster a healthy and vibrant democracy – characterized by...
Luke Macannuco Establishes McCall Middle School’s First Gay Straight Alliance Most people in town now know of Luke Macannuco, the then-seventh grader at McCall Middle School who last spring penned a Letter to the Editor in The Winchester Star in...
In collaboration with the Network, State Representative Michael Day hosted a panel on “Combating the Rise of Intolerance” on October 10, 2017 at 7 pm in the Winchester Town Hall Auditorium at 71 Mount Vernon Street. Network Executive Director Aba...