NETWORK FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE

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PRIDEfest Returns to Winchester!

On Tuesday, June 6, the Network for Social Justice—along with event co-sponsors the Winchester Cooperative Bank and Crawford United Methodist Church—will host PRIDEfest 2023 on the Winchester Town Common. Now in its third year, PRIDEfest draws hundreds of people from Winchester, Woburn, Arlington, Lexington, and surrounding towns for an educational, inclusive, joy-filled, family-friendly celebration. The … Read more

Women’s History Month Honoree 2023: Tenisha Colbert

Tenisha Colbert lives in the large grey house that, every year for over 50 years, has been home to eight high-achieving young men selected to be scholars in the National Program for a Better Chance, an organization founded in 1963 to advance the opportunities of young men of color. She and her husband Antoine first … Read more

Women’s History Month Honoree 2023: Caroline Crocker Otis & Elizabeth Mooney

When Caroline Crocker Otis and Elizabeth Mooney moved to Winchester in 2010 and 2021, respectively, they were drawn to the area by the promise of a warm community feel and great schools.  When their children enrolled in Lynch Elementary School, both women got involved as volunteers with the Lynch Parents Association. Elizabeth became involved with … Read more

2023 MLK Day of Community Service

By Harrison Zeiberg, SCI AmeriCorps Fellow serving with NFSJ On Monday, January 16th, the Network for Social Justice and our community partners were honored to welcome hundreds of residents from Winchester and the surrounding area to the 4th annual MLK Day of Community Service at Winchester High School! Attendees of all ages were able to … Read more

Panel Discussion Examines how Health Begins at Home

On Wednesday, September 21, the Winchester Housing Coalition hosted Health Begins at Home, a panel discussion examining the link between quality affordable housing and community well-being. The Coalition was incredibly fortunate to welcome Dr. Megan Sandel, associate professor of pediatrics at the Boston University School of Medicine and associate professor of environmental health at the Boston University School … Read more

Seeking Fall NFSJ Interns

The Network is thrilled to be continuing our very popular internship program with another cohort of high school students in the Fall of 2022. Positions require a weekly commitment of 5 hours and will begin in October. Students will support the Network’s youth programming and community engagement activities.