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YWCA is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and ensuring all people in our community have the opportunity to thrive.
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Events

2021 Stand Against Racism

Start Date
12:00 am
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End Date
11:59 pm
"From Declarations to Change: Addressing Racism as a Public Health Crisis" is the theme of YWCA's nationwide campaign to Stand Against Racism (April 22 - 25, 2021)

Stand Against Racism Town Hall

Start Date
12:00 pm
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End Date
1:00 pm
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Picture of Ijeoma Oluo with text that says "2021 Stand Against Racism YWCA"
Join YWCA for our virtual Stand Against Racism Town Hall event with Ijeoma Oluo (April 30, 2021)

News

Washington's Capital Gains Tax Can Improve Racial & Gender Equity

April 6, 2021 Blog Post
A capital gains tax is achieving historic progress in the 2021 Washington Legislature, and making headlines for the progressive revenue it will bring in. But just what are capital gains, how would this tax impact our state, and how can you help pass the legislation?

More Seattle Women of Color Making History

March 31, 2021 Blog Post
“We deserve to thrive in this country,” says Ijeoma Oluo, one of the five women in this second half of our round-up of BIPOC women leading the way to social justice in and around Seattle.

Standing Against Anti-Asian Racism & Violence

March 22, 2021 Blog Post
Following the March 16 Atlanta mass shooting that killed eight people, six of whom were Asian women, YWCA condemns this violence in the strongest possible way, and stands in solidarity with the AAPI community and the victims and families of those experiencing anti-Asian racism and violence

Seattle Women of Color Making History

March 19, 2021 Blog Post
March is Women’s History month, but women are making history year-round through education, policy, art, and bearing witness to society. Here is the first in a two-part round up of local women of color leading the way to an equitable future, empowering each other and their communities in the fight for social justice.