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DB COVID 19 Has Women On The Front Lines Of Two Global Pandemics

COVID-19 Has Women on the Front Lines of Two Global Pandemics

Friday, May 22, 2020

By Debbie Baldwin, Digital Media Specialist The novel coronavirus outbreak has impacted us all, but when parsing out the unique experiences of the virus felt across varying population demographics, COVID-19 is anything but the great equalizer. In her recent post, my colleague Sophia broke down the effects of the crisis on communities of color, but… Continue Reading COVID-19 Has Women on the Front Lines of Two Global Pandemics

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YWCA Interviews Charlotte Mangin, Founder of UNLADYLIKE2020

Monday, May 18, 2020

YWCA connected with Charlotte Mangin, Founder of UNLADYLIKE2020, a docuseries celebrating the unsung women who made history and changed America forever at the turn of the 20th century, for an interview on what inspired this intersectional and history-making docuseries. Please note, this interview has been edited for brevity and clarity. What inspired you to create… Continue Reading YWCA Interviews Charlotte Mangin, Founder of UNLADYLIKE2020

YWCA’s Letter to Mothers

Friday, May 8, 2020

by Catherine Beane, VP of Public Policy & Advocacy This weekend we salute all moms and mother-figures! As a mother to four boys, this weekend has always been a special time to share with my family. I’m proud of all of their endeavors and regularly brag to colleagues about their individual accomplishments – in my… Continue Reading YWCA’s Letter to Mothers

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Unhooded and Exposed: What COVID-19 Reveals about Racism in America

Wednesday, April 22, 2020

By: Sophia Clarke, Communications Associate, YWCA USA It’s shameful that the novel coronavirus 2019 pandemic should be model for human behavior. That is, COVID-19 does not discriminate. But among death, severe disease, and toilet paper depletion, xenophobia and racism too have found their way into how the disease will be remembered. It would seem that… Continue Reading Unhooded and Exposed: What COVID-19 Reveals about Racism in America

YWomenVote2020: A National Conversation with America’s Women – New Hampshire 1/29

Tuesday, January 28, 2020

YWomenVote 2020 – YWCA’s third national bipartisan survey of women in the United States – explores their economic, health, gender-based violence, workplace equity, and racial justice experiences and concerns. Join YWCA for the first in a series of conversations on why women will vote in the 2020 election, and why their policy priorities should be… Continue Reading YWomenVote2020: A National Conversation with America’s Women – New Hampshire 1/29

YWomenVote 2020: We Mobilize Women

Thursday, December 12, 2019

By Alejandra Y. Castillo, President and CEO, YWCA Conversations surrounding the state of our union often paint the picture of a country divided. Our national survey of women and women of color across the United States suggests otherwise. Here’s what we learned about how women will shape the 2020 election. Spoiler alert: we’re together. In… Continue Reading YWomenVote 2020: We Mobilize Women

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