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GenNext Advocacy 101

Start Date
6:00 pm
End Date
7:30 pm
Learn about GenNext and how to join in making a change with your community.

Stand Against Racism Town Hall

Start Date
12:00 pm
End Date
2:00 pm
Stand Against Racism 2024 announcement
Register to tune in virtually for our annual Stand Against Racism Town Hall on April 26!

YWCA Celebrates Snohomish County

Start Date
4:00 pm
End Date
6:00 pm
Rosehill Community Center | Point Elliot Room
Join us this May for a celebration of YWCA Snohomish County!


Stand Against Racism: Then and Now

April 4, 2024 Blog Post
Learn more about the history of Stand Against Racism in preparation for our upcoming 13th Annual Stand Against Racism event on April 26!

Why we use BIPOC

March 12, 2024 Blog Post
In 2020, YWCA decided to replace the phrase "people of color" in our communications with the umbrella term BIPOC. As a term, BIPOC centers the specific discrimination experienced by Black and Indigenous people.

What is Ableism?

March 8, 2024 Blog Post
Approximately 1.3 billion people (16% of the world's population, or 1 in 6 people) experience a significant disability. Despite this, ableism — discrimination against people with disabilities — is prevalent in our day-to-day lives in many large and small ways.

Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day 2024

February 20, 2024 Blog Post
Housing and Homelessness Advocacy Day 2024 was unforgettable. YWCA staff, volunteers, allies, and fellow housing advocates played a crucial role in the success of the event. Here are the happenings and highlights of the day.