On Friday, April 27, we hosted an engaging Facebook Live, featuring Samantha Davis from YWCA USA, Enchanta Jackson from Color of Change, Adaku Onyeka-Crawford from National Women’s Law Center, and Carrie Wade from American Association of People with Disabilities. Together, we discussed the role civic engagement has played and continues to play in addressing racial inequities, and how empowerment and access to the political process for women of color, people with disabilities, youth, and other marginalized groups are absolutely critical in our work to stand against racism. Check out the video to learn more!

Stand Against Racism Facebook Live: Our Power, Our Mission, Our Future

We're here with Color Of Change, National Women's Law Center, and American Association of People with Disabilities, talking about the role civic engagement has played and continues to play in ending racial injustice, and how empowerment and access to the political process for women of color, people with disabilities, youth, and other marginalized groups are absolutely critical in our work to stand against racism. Tune in!

Posted by YWCA USA on Friday, April 27, 2018

Don’t have time to watch the full video, but still want to hear about different ways to engage in more civic engagement work? Here, our awesome panelists share some ways to take action and get involved!