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Immigrants Rights

YWCA Southern Arizona and YWCA Latina Leadership Institute – Stand Against Racism: From Declarations to Change

Register today!! us02web.zoom.us Stand Against Racism 2021: From Declarations to Change Pima County declared Racism a Public Health Crisis in December. So what’s the next step? Your YWCA Southern Arizona Board and Staff invite you to explore how From Declarations to Change: Addressing Racism as a Public Health Crisis can advance the work of justice […]

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YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix – Know Your Worth

Women in America earn 79 cents for every dollar that white man makes. Our Know Your Worth three-part educational series is geared towards providing women with the skills and knowledge to advocate for themselves and their families during wage negotiations. Part one begins with an orientation via Zoom and part two is a self-directed class […]

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YWCA Metropolitan Phoenix – Tribute to Legacy Leadership

Online: ywcaaz.org We need your support more than ever. This pandemic is exacerbating the compounding influences of gender, race, and income inequality. For the past 109 years, YWCA MP has been committed to building just, equitable Arizona communities that embrace and celebrate each person’s inherent value. Here, a senior discovers her own power to advocate […]

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Promise Arizona- PAZ: Relay Across America-Phoenix

Promise Arizona (PAZ) alongside FIRM Action Network will launch a Relay Across America as part of our long fight to win citizenship and status for all of the 11+ million. Join us as we hold a procession from Senator Kelly’s office to Senator Sinema’s office. We will be sharing stories and urging our Arizona Senators […]

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Puente Human Rights Movement – Perryville Prison Women’s History Month Vigil

Join us on Sunday, March 21st outside all-female ADOCRR facility Perryville Prison in commemoration of Women’s History Month. Women are the fastest growing prison population in Arizona, and Indigenous women and women of color are disproportionately impacted. As of March 15, 2021, ADOCRR confirmed 12,058 positive cases and 55 total deaths across all facilities (2 […]

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