October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month and at YWCA we’re shining a light on gender-based violence all month, including during YWCA’s Week Without Violence (10/18-10/24). Today we’re focusing on how we can all better support survivors of domestic, intimate partner, and gender-based violence.
You've gotten registered, you've researched the candidates, and now you're ready to vote. But what is the best way to turn in your ballot and follow its journey to make sure your vote gets counted? We cover all of your options so you know the steps to take.
Our education system should be empowering students to achieve their dreams, but for Black students, schools can instead create inequities that block their success. One of the major ways this occurs is through the school-to-prison pipeline.
On Juneteenth of this year, our staff at the Pathways for Women YWCA location in Lynnwood unveiled a Little Free Library dedicated to race and social justice literature as well as uplifting Black women and girls as authors.