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Stand Against Racism 2021

Racism is a Public Health Crisis

Structural racism plays a large role in determining the conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live and age. These factors affect people’s access to quality housing, education, food, transportation, political power and other social determinants of health. Understanding and addressing systemic racism from a public health perspective is crucial to eliminating racial and ethnic inequities, and to improving opportunity and well-being across communities.

We take a Stand Against Racism every day by raising awareness about the impact of institutional and structural racism and by building community among those who work for racial justice. YWCA USA’s 15th annual Stand Against Racism campaign takes place April 22 – 25, 2021. Join us for a Racial Justice event in April or find other events hosted by YWCAs across the country at standagainstracism.org.

Join Us at a Stand Against Racism Event

Advocacy 101 Training

2/22/2022 11:30am @Facebook Live

What does it take to be an advocate? You and your passion for the issues that impact your community. Join us for an overview of advocacy – how to find…

Microaggressions and Bias 101 Workshop

3/16/2022 6:00pm @Virtual Event

What does it mean to have bias? Are biases good or bad? Where does bias come from? This workshop helps individuals understand how and why biases form. We then talk…

Intersectionality Workshop

4/14/2022 6:00pm @Virtual Event

Intersectionality has become a buzzword when talking about diversity and inclusion practices. This workshop breaks down the meaning of intersectionality and the importance of this concept in the work of…