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YWCA launches ‘Until Justice Just Is’ campaign

Friday, August 28, 2020

Along with over 200 associations across the country, YWCA Dayton is proud to launch Until Justice Just Is, a campaign designed to bring awareness to the pervasiveness of systemic racism and our commitment to ending systemic and institutional racism. Against this year’s long-overdue nationwide reckoning with racism, communities, companies, and individuals everywhere are searching for… Continue Reading YWCA launches ‘Until Justice Just Is’ campaign

#YWomenVote campaign encourages civic engagement

Saturday, August 1, 2020

Voting is critical to ensuring a healthy, safe, and empowered future for us, our families, and our communities, but challenges to the voting process posed by the COVID-19 global pandemic, along with pre-existing systemic and historical barriers to the voting booth for communities of color, have made YWCA’s collective commitment to civic engagement even more… Continue Reading #YWomenVote campaign encourages civic engagement

Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Andrey

Thursday, July 30, 2020

Name: Andrey Syrnev Volunteer Position: Meal Server Started Volunteering: 2018 What do you think other people should know about YWCA Dayton? I feel like it’s not an organization many males might consider, and that’s what stood out to me. I wanted to challenge that stigma and hopefully set an example. When your friends/family find out… Continue Reading Volunteer Spotlight: Meet Andrey

The pain is harder to clean

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Shannon Isom is president and CEO of YWCA Dayton, the oldest social service organization for women in Montgomery and Preble counties. Since 1870 it has been on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, and promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. The spray paint came off easily. During weekend protests across downtown Dayton,… Continue Reading The pain is harder to clean

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