YWCA St. Paul

is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women and promote peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.

YWCA St. Paul’s Administrative Offices are temporarily closed until further notice, as part of our nation’s efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19. Our vital work endures and we continue to serve clients, members and the community remotely. Learn more about our virtual services.

We appreciate your understanding and vigilance as we navigate this rapidly evolving situation.

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To better help understand the impact racism has on our lives, YWCA St. Paul’s CEO Gaye Adams Massey moderated a virtual Town Hall on “Tackling Racism” with renowned community leaders Judge Pamela Alexander, James Burroughs, Justin Terrell and Dr. Yohuru Williams.  The compelling conversation sets the groundwork for community conversation, activism, and reform in a unique community forum, providing information on how we can each be a catalyst for change.

News

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Tackling Racism

YWCA St. Paul launches on-going community conversation on activism and reform designed to raise awareness to the systemic inequities faced by black people in this country. Hear from local leaders as they share their own lived experiences.

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Events

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Youth Wellness Workshop (July 29)

Join us on Wednesday, July 29 for a special healing and wellness workshop for femme-identifying youth ages 15 to 22. Make space for YOUR healing through a facilitated conversation and restorative movement.

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