Category: Events

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Events

Healing Circles | May 20

Join our Healing Circles, a supportive, facilitated space to affirm Black culture, community and lived experience, and to share dialogue and feelings to promote health and well-being.

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Events

Sweet Success | June 3

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.

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Should I take the Covid-19 Vaccine?
Events

Why Should I Take the COVID-19 Vaccine? | May 10

Join us to hear about the history of medical mistrust in communities of color, listen to candid personal stories about panelists’ choice on taking the vaccine, and learn science-based information to help you make an informed decision on whether or not to take the COVID-19 vaccine.

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Events

Healing Circles | April 22

Join our Healing Circles, a supportive, facilitated space to affirm Black culture, community and lived experience, and to share dialogue and feelings to promote health and well-being.

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Events

Girls Emerge Supply Drive for Bridge for Youth | April 1–16

YWCA St. Paul’s Girls Emerge members are collecting donations for Bridge for Youth, a local non profit organization that assists runaway and homeless youth, as a way to raise awareness about the growing youth homeless problem, while helping to address Bridge for Youth’s current needs.

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Young African American woman looking up and smiling, with Healing Circles logo to her right
Events

Healing Circles | March 25

Join our Healing Circles, a supportive, facilitated space to affirm Black culture, community and lived experience, and to share dialogue and feelings to promote health and well-being.

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