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Black Consciousness & Mental Health

April 17, 2019
As we prepare for our Stand Against Racism event and our Snohomish County Luncheon with speaker Nikki Giovanni, we take a look at the connection between Black Consciousness and mental health, their relationship, and how that informs access to health care.

Changing Lives Through Movement

April 11, 2019
Learn more about YWCA volunteer Jeanna who works at Angeline’s Day Center, teaching a weekly Nia Movement class to YWCA clients and staff since 2017. Jeanna uses Nia Movement as a mode of exercise and healing for the women we serve.

Equal Pay Day Reading List

April 2, 2019
YWCA is on a mission to make sure women and girls of color have the same resources and opportunities to earn a fair wage and build a stable career. Read previous blog posts from us on how equal pay is not a one size fits all request, how women of color are impacted by pay discrimination, as well as additional resources.

How a license plate can send you to jail

March 19, 2019
"I was targeted." Former YWCA program participant Mindy Woods shares her story of how a discriminatory license suspension led to huge fines and her arrest, all for buying a used car that only had one license plate on it.

Meet the YWCA Volunteer Who Became a Staff Member

March 14, 2019
BABES Network is a YWCA program working to support HIV-positive women as they strive to stay healthy with their status. Longtime YWCA advocate Brenda Higgins talks with me about her experience as a client, volunteer, and staff member with the BABES program.
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