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September 28, 2021
At YWCA, we’re excited to once again be part of a national effort to strengthen our community by registering hundreds of voters on September 28, 2021, also known as National Voter Registration Day.

Maintaining Traditions and Identity as Urban Indians

October 5, 2021
Guest author Jennifer Bereskin traces the urbanization of Native Americans through violated treaties and assimilationist federal policies, and shares her own experience as an Urban Indian maintaining connections to her indigenous community.

It's Your Future, Vote!

September 28, 2021
At YWCA, we’re excited to once again be part of a national effort to strengthen our community by registering hundreds of voters on September 28, 2021, also known as National Voter Registration Day.

Stacey Abrams and the Fight for Democracy

September 7, 2021
Our 2021 YWCA Inspire Luncheon keynote speaker Stacey Abrams has committed her life to protecting the freedom to vote for every eligible American, because voting is about more than engagement – it’s an act of power. It’s how we ensure that our needs are met, our voices are heard, and that those who speak for us know what we want them to say. 

Seattle Candidates Answer Questions about Housing

July 20, 2021
Ahead of an election that will determine key members of Seattle's leadership, YWCA joined as a co-host of two candidate forums held by We Are In, the network organization for housing and homelessness service providers in King County.

We tell the stories of those with lived experiences of racism and sexism and invite supporters to take concrete actions to correct the root causes of disparity in our communities.

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