World of Wellesley

We are dedicated to making Wellesley, MA an inclusive community for all

Working collaboratively with other institutions and organizations to host events, projects and programs that will foster an anti-racist and anti-bias community where diversity, equity and inclusion are fully embraced


Celebration of Pride Month

June is Pride Month, it is a time to celebrate and recognize the contributions of Boston’s LGBTQ+ community! For a list of events happening in

Celebrating Juneteenth

There are many planned celebrations happening across the Greater Boston area for the Juneteenth Holiday! Juneteenth was first recognized in Massachusetts in 2020 with a

YES International Night 2022

International Night 2022 May 18th 6 PM WHS auditorium Young Ethnic Scholars, WPS present: International Night 2022 on May 18th, at 6 PM at the

Upcoming Events

Talking about Race with Children: Why It Matters and How to Start Doing It

Date: October 17, 2022
Time: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Location: Wellesley Middle School - Cafeteria
Talking to young children about racism, anti-racism and bias can be daunting, even for parents who have experience with these issues in other contexts. Feeling ill equipped to engage is common, but waiting until children are developmentally ready for adult discussions misses an important window, since the roots of racism and bias can start extremely early. Come learn about the impact on children and how to get started with teachable moments for children from preschool through middle school age. The event will be led by Meredith Moore from the group Kids for Racial Justice.
Light refreshments to be provided. For more questions and information please contact

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