On June 21st, YWCA St. Paul is launching its second annual ‘21-Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge’ – an email series designed to support efforts to learn more about racial equity and social justice.
Join YWCA St. Paul at Boyd Park on Saturday, June 19 at 3:00 p.m. as we host a community Juneteenth celebration full of entertainment.
As we observe the one-year commemoration of the death of George Floyd on May 25, we can be sure of one thing: the protests and court proceedings after his murder in Minneapolis may never have happened without the video that was recorded by Darnella Frazier. Her activism sparked the largest protest movement in U.S. history.
Nicole became a personal trainer to help others reach their health and wellness goals safely, based on individual abilities and lifestyles. She likes to train the body as a whole functioning system, and her workouts and programs reflect this.
YWCA St. Paul is honored to present its annual Change Maker award to Rebekkah Lamar Brunson. Assistant Coach of the Minnesota Lynx. Rebekkah uses her platform to advocate for racial justice and gender equity and works to promote positive change in our society.
Along with entertainment, the 30-minute fundraiser will honor the successes of our program participants and celebrate our 2021 Change Maker Rebekkah Lamar Brunson, Assistant Coach of the Minnesota Lynx, while offering YOU the opportunity to support YWCA St. Paul’s mission to eliminate racism and empower women.