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YWCA CVA Host #SAAM Film Screening

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

YWCA SARP TO SCREEN “I AM EVIDENCE” Join YWCA’s Sexual Assault Response Program (SARP) and the University of Lynchburg during Sexual Assault Awareness Month/ #SAAM at the Sydnor Performance Hall on campus for a free documentary film screening of “I AM EVIDENCE”. A talk-back session will follow the screening. From the filmmakers: “I AM EVIDENCE… Continue Reading YWCA CVA Host #SAAM Film Screening

Virginia’s Leadership Crisis: The Intersection of Race and Gender Injustice

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

Please see the statement below from YWCA USA Virginia’s Leadership Crisis: The Intersection of Race and Gender Injustice February 8, 2019  For Immediate Release: Contact: Nancy Yasharoff 202.835.2364 | nyasharoff@ywca.org The events that have gripped the Commonwealth of Virginia over the past week have brought to the fore our nation’s painful history and continued struggles around… Continue Reading Virginia’s Leadership Crisis: The Intersection of Race and Gender Injustice

YWCA USA: Stop Allowing Abuse

Friday, February 9, 2018

STATEMENT BY YWCA USA CEO ALEJANDRA Y. CASTILLO “Domestic violence continues to be an epidemic impacting one in four women in the United States. One of the primary reasons domestic violence continues at this pace is because abusers face little to no accountability for their actions. Often, they are protected by other people in power,… Continue Reading YWCA USA: Stop Allowing Abuse

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