YWCA Connect is designed to support the mission of eliminating racism and empowering women; to promote peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Education is transformative. Communication is key.
BIPOC Outdoor Activities and Recreation Focus Groups
Join a focus group about Equity and Outdoor Activities/Recreation in Anchorage or Fairbanks!
See flyer for an opportunity related to equity and outdoor recreation.
To participate or for more information, contact Rachel Garcia
University of Alaska Fairbanks | Research Professional | email@example.com | 480-286-0210
Diversity Workshops & Community Converstation
Questions About Event?
Contact our Lead Social Justice Coordinator,
Ian Murakami at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fiona Schaeffer at email@example.com
Explore one’s own record; gain an understanding of racism and its impact on society; develop skills to address racial comments, jokes, and slurs; connect in our shared humanity.
- Implicit Bias Training
- Social Inclusion and Equity Training
- Decolonization Training
- Land Acknowledgement
Affinity Group Meetings
Meet with members of one’s own group to discuss ways the group can collaborate and work to dismantle systemic racism.
Opportunities to share one’s own story and listen to the stories of others; learn from the lived experiences of a diverse community.
Book & Film Discussions
Grow in wisdom, knowledge, and understanding; read books/review films/documentaries; engage in conversations on race; explore our thoughts, feelings, & ideas.
Led by the YWCA Alaska Advocacy Committee to raise awareness of issues racism and injustice; to stand up for social justice; to advocate for policies that provide peace, justice, freedom, and dignity all people.
To support fair wages and equal pay; partnering with companies and organizations committed to gender equity in the workplace.
To continue collaborations that support racial justice and gender equity.
YWCA Alaska believes:
That social justice is foundational for a healthy community. All people deserve to be valued, included, and respected in our community. We moreover believe that change happens at the local level.
We encourage you to be an active, informed, and engaged community member.