Stand Against Racism Until Justice Just Is
YWCA Hartford Region invites you to take a stance with us during our annual Stand Against Racism initiative. Each year YWCA’s around the country take the month of April to bring awareness to the issue of racism in our nation. This year we announce that SAR is being rebranded as Until Justice Just Is.
Thank You to all those that attended our Stand Against Racism, Until Justice Just Is event on April 27. We hope this experience empowered you to support racial justice in your community. We encourage you to use the information that was presented to confront racism.
Thank you to our speakers, Connecticut State Poet Laureate, Antoinette Brim-Bell, Hartford State’s Attorney, Sharmese L. Walcott and the artists (Andre Rochester, Aariyan Googe, Joel Cintron, David C. Jackson) who shared their work and perspective on justice. We must work collectively to root out inequity in our communities and in the institutions that compose our society and demand justice and equity.
We invite you to participate in YWCA’s Racial Justice Challenge. The Racial Justice Challenge is your chance to address systemic racism head on. Build your own tools for dealing with issues of race, power, privilege and leadership. Register for the YWCA Racial Justice Challenge today!
How You Can Help
Taking a stand against racism isn’t just one week a year. We work every day to ensure racial justice and gender equity prevail for our community. Please join us TODAY!
Pledge to Create a Community Without Racism
Take the pledge to end systemic racism in our community.
Together, we can root out inequity in our communities and ensure racial justice and gender equity for all. Our collective efforts can help transform institutions and create a world that sees women, girls, and all People of Color the way we do: Equal. Powerful. Unstoppable.
Click here to view 2022 Stand Against Racism: We Can’t Wait. Equity and Justice Now!
Thank you to our community partners for helping to make the 2022 Stand Against Racism so memorable. Thank you: EveryDay Democracy, RE-Center and MetroHartford Alliance!