Posts tagged with: racism

The film looks back on Swedish filmmaker Gunnar Myrdal’s 1944 landmark study 'An American Dilemna' and asks “How much has changed in race relations since Myrdal conducted his study, and what hasn't changed much at all?” Q&A after screening. ...
On the evening of Saturday, June 18, the award-winning play The Launch Prize, by MJ Halberstadt, was read by four extremely talented actors, to a very appreciative audience of about sixty community members. The Winchester Multicultural Network brought the play...
Marian Evans Melnick, who created this in-character presentation about an activist working for equal rights, suffrage and the recognition of black women and the black experience, will portray Williams and use a modern “magic lantern” to show images from her...
On Sunday, April 26, 2015, 4:30 – 6:00 PM at the Griffin Museum, 67 Shore Road, Winchester, the Network hosted a program “Taking a Stand Against Racism—the Cost of Unequal Justice.” It joined with events across the country for Stand...
The Winchester Multicultural Network hosted its annual community workshop on Saturday, April 11, at the Sanborn House. This year’s theme was Communicating Effectively in a Multicultural World. Valerie Batts, Ph.D and Executive Director and co-founder of VISIONS, Inc., expertly facilitated the workshop....