Why I (Will) Vote: To Make A Difference

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Why I (Will) Vote: To Make A Difference

Monday, September 22, 2014

Voting for leaders and policies that will put us on a path toward ending homelessness is essential. Registering to vote is the first step in creating change through the democratic process, but about a quarter of Washingtonians who are eligible to vote aren’t registered! To inspire our readers to register (or to update your registered address… Continue Reading Why I (Will) Vote: To Make A Difference

Top Five on Friday – November 1

Friday, November 1, 2013

By Katie Stanton Social Media & Online Engagement Manager, YWCA USA This week, there were several great updates from YWCA local associations, who are working hard in their communities to empower women and put an end to racism. From New York to Seattle, association staff and volunteers worked on domestic violence awareness, provided shelter for… Continue Reading Top Five on Friday – November 1

Top Five on Friday

Friday, July 26, 2013

By Katie Stanton Social Media & Online Engagement Manager, YWCA USA This week was a busy one for equality, economic empowerment, safety and education. But there’s a common thread in this wide range of stories: it’s time to move past “conversation” and take action, as one kindergartner did in Ohio. Click here to join the YWCA’s… Continue Reading Top Five on Friday

It’s here! YWCA USA’s Stand Against Racism 2013 Blog Carnival

Friday, April 26, 2013

The YWCA USA is proud to convene our blog carnival for Stand Against Racism today. Stand Against Racism is an annual event that serves as a conversation-starter about racial justice and diversity, and what we can do to achieve true equality in our communities. Racial justice is an integral and defining part of the work of the YWCA. Stand Against… Continue Reading It’s here! YWCA USA’s Stand Against Racism 2013 Blog Carnival