NETWORK FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE

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Winchester Indigenous Peoples’ Day Family Celebration

Drop in to Wright Locke Farm on October 11 between 10-12 for this family friendly Indigenous Peoples’ Day Celebration. There will be multiple stations with fun for kids, including a farm tour, crafts, planting activity, storybook readings about Indigenous people and culture, and much more! For adults, there will be information about current legislation pertaining … Read more

A Look at Reparations

Join the Winchester Anti-Racist Solidarity Collective and Network for Social Justice for a conversation and open dialogue about reparations. We’ll be providing definitions, asking questions and debunking myths. Please join us on Saturday March 20th from 3:00-4:15PM ET! Bring your questions, thoughts and ideas – and a friend if you can! Register here and contact … Read more

Disrupting Racism Learning Series

This 3-part virtual workshop series on racism will be co-facilitated by the Network for Social Justice. It is recommended, though not required, for participants to attend all 3 sessions. The aim is to give participants the language and tools to have grounded conversation around race and racism, taking steps to disrupt it on the micro … Read more

ABCs of Racism: Starting the Conversation about Race and Racism with Kids

This interactive workshop led by Boston-based racial justice educators Wee the People will explore the barriers that prevent adults from talking about race and racism with kids, examine the social science of race awareness in children, and identify strategies to start the conversation with kids about the complexities of race, racism, and racial differences. This … Read more

MLK Day of Service

MLK Day of Service Jan 19th

On Sunday, January 19th, in collaboration with Winchester Public Schools, the Network will host a Day of Service, supported by Winchester High School students from Connect and Commit and other committed students. Between 10 am – 2 pm, the community is invited to Winchester High School to participate in a drive to support under-resourced local … Read more

NETWORK CO-HOSTS CONVENING OF WINCHESTER NON-PROFIT LEADERS

In collaboration with the Winchester Community Music School and Wright Locke Farm, the Network for Social Justice organized Winchester’s first ever convening of non-profit leaders on Monday, October 21. Over a dozen nonprofit representatives gathered on a chilly evening for a potluck dinner in Wright Locke Farm’s historic 1827 Barn for an evening of facilitated … Read more