- On April 28, 2016, YWCA USA hosted a policy briefing on girls of color. Attendees heard from a panel of experts, including Kimberlé Williams Crenshaw, Rocío Inclán, Danielle Moss Lee, Sunil Mansukhani, and Lindsay Rosenthal, and Malika Saada Saar. The event also featured a keynote from Catherine Lhamon, and remarks from YWCA USA's Dara Richardson-Heron and Catherine V. Beane.
- — YWCA USA (@YWCAUSA)Tue, Apr 26 2016 16:53:37“A lot of attention has been focused on our boys...But how are our girls doing?" #StandAgainstRacism https://twitter.com/lawrencegmiller/status/722596469795123201 …
- — YWCA Bergen County (@YWBergen)Thu, Apr 28 2016 13:57:57
- — YWCA Cincinnati (@YWCACincinnati)Thu, Apr 28 2016 14:14:10
- — Danielle Marse-Kapr (@DMarseKapr)Thu, Apr 28 2016 14:15:32.@YWCAUSA CEO: the level of discomfort by simply providing a platform 4 girls of color is indicative of the delicate state of race in US.
- — YWCA Tricounty Area (@YWCAtca)Thu, Apr 28 2016 14:16:31
- — YWCA Cincinnati (@YWCACincinnati)Thu, Apr 28 2016 14:16:58"Many of us in this room are examples of how a girl's tenacity can turn into a woman's leadership." -Dr. Dara Richardson Heron, CEO @YWCAUSA
- — YWCA Bergen County (@YWBergen)Thu, Apr 28 2016 14:17:03
- — E. Bomani Johnson (@EBomani)Thu, Apr 28 2016 14:19:07
- — YWCA Tricounty Area (@YWCAtca)Thu, Apr 28 2016 14:19:50
- — YWCA Bergen County (@YWBergen)Thu, Apr 28 2016 14:21:07
Stand Against Racism: National Day of Action Policy Briefing
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