Black History Month Trivia Night

Black History Month Trivia Night

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In honor of Black History Month, YWCA's GenRising is hosting a night of virtual trivia on Wednesday, February 10 from 7–8 PM.
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GenRising Black History Month Virtual Trivia Night

GenRising is hosting a Virtual Trivia Night to celebrate and honor Black History Month. Join us on Wednesday, February 10 at 7 PM for a night of virtual trivia, a chance to mingle with fellow GenRisers, and an evening that promises to be fun!

Trivia is always better with a group so we encourage you to invite a family member, friend, or colleague to join you – and remember, we’re virtual now so geography is no longer a barrier! Sync up those time zones and play on a team together!

This free event is open to all ages, and children are encouraged to attend. 

YWCA's GenRising is a diverse network of professionals between the ages 21-45, dedicated to promoting and supporting YWCA’s mission of eliminating racism and empowering women.

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5:30 pm
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6:30 pm
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