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Everett Herald
The collection includes books on racial justice, and highlights fiction and nonfiction by Black and African American women. The public is invited to stop by the little library, along the sidewalk at 6027 208th St. SW, to pick up a book — and perhaps leave another book in its place.
YWCA USA is pleased to announce the appointment of four new member to its national Board of Directors. The newly elected Board members include Maria Chavez Wilcox (CEO, YWCA Seattle | King | Snohomish). “I am thrilled to welcome these four talented women who bring a level of lived experience and diversity to our Board of Directors,” said Alejandra Y. Castillo, CEO, YWCA USA.
People looking to learn more about race and social justice issues can do so through the YWCA’s new Little Free Library in Lynnwood. Kresha Green, YWCA regional director of Snohomish County Housing Services, said she was proud to be part of something that would hopefully make a big difference. “If all of us do small things it can total up to be great accomplishments for our communities."
Lynnwood Today
Staff and supporters of the YWCA gathered in a Lynnwood neighborhood Friday morning to dedicate a Little Free Library filled with books on racial justice and those written by Black and African American women and girls.


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