YWCAs in Connecticut and beyond band together to march and protest and do ALL we can to continue to fight for federal reproductive legislation that protects bodily autonomy for all people, including Senate Bill 4132, the Women’s Health Protection Act of 2022.
YWCA Hartford Region applauds another victory for people of color across the state. Yesterday, the State House passed Senate Bill 1, An Act Equalizing Comprehensive Access to Mental, Behavioral and Physical Healthcare in Response to the Pandemic.
YWCA Hartford Region grieves over the death of yet another Black man at the hands of the police. We join the rest of the nation in offering condolences to the Wright family.
Today, YWCA Hartford Region pauses to remember the life and legacy of civil rights leader, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
We commit to our communities and to the State of Connecticut again today that we will continue to raise up, condemn and work against the racism and notions of privilege that threaten democracy, people of color and a just society.
In honor of the 25th Anniversary of YWCA Hartford Region's In the Company of Women, Governor Ned Lamont signed this proclamation.
We stand in solidarity with our YWCA colleagues in the Minneapolis and Saint Paul communities, and throughout the nation, in rising up for justice and the end to racial hatred and indifference for human life.
Mayor Bronin has appointed community leaders to draw on the experience, expertise, and wisdom of a broad range of community members and stakeholders to safely re-open the city.