Next week, YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester—which provides women of all ages with programs to increase their self-sufficiency—is partnering with 4ward Inclusion to launch its Youth Racial Equity 101-103 curriculum. Over the course of three sessions (June 14, 16, and 18), high-schoolers of any gender will explore racial constructs and unpack the historical foundation of racism. The program aims to prepare young people to become agents of change in racial inequity and intersectionality.
The free sessions will take place via Zoom and will be hosted by Ariana Quinones, the Director of Racial Justice & Youth Programming for YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester, and Jolisa Beavers, the Executive Director of 4ward Inclusion. Participants can join any or all of the sessions. Be sure to sign up!
- Date: Monday, June 14; Wednesday, June 16; and Friday, June 18
- Time: 6PM - 8PM
- Location: Virtual (Zoom)
- Cost: Free
- Register: HERE