Our communities are struggling more than ever, and homeless rates are skyrocketing because of the pandemic and other factors. Every night, thousands of young people
While we can never bring George Floyd back, we are grateful that the criminal justice system has delivered some measure of justice for George Floyd and his family and friends with its verdict to convict former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin.
YWCA St. Paul is thrilled to congratulate Raie Gessesse, a 2020 graduate of the Young Women’s Initiative of Minnesota (YWIMN), a first-of-its-kind partnership between the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota and the State of Minnesota, on being named a 2021 Paul & Daisy Soros Fellow.
Public health is — and always has been — central to racial justice work. In the virtual event, Addressing Racism as a Public Health Crisis
We extend our deepest sympathies to the family and friends of Daunte Wright, a 20 year old Black man, who was killed by police during a traffic stop.
Toxic stress in this country is taking its toll. When a person’s “fight-flight-freeze” response system is in overdrive, it wreaks havoc on our brain and bodies. As the Derek Chauvin trial continues to dominate the news cycle, here are tips for combatting the toxic stress levels building in our community: