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Supporting our Staff: Adrienne Lee-Garland, Director of Women’s Residency

Monday, December 20, 2021

When you give to YWCA Columbus, you allow us to retain top-tier talent that helps move our advocacy agenda forward. One such team member is Adrienne Lee-Garland. Adrienne serves as Director of the Women’s Residency Program where she establishes a culture that prioritizes the women residents’ needs. Adrienne is passionate about serving others and believes… Continue Reading Supporting our Staff: Adrienne Lee-Garland, Director of Women’s Residency

An acknowledgement of the trauma caused by the myth of Thanksgiving

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

By: Lalitha Pamidigantam, YWCA Columbus Policy Analyst Belen de Leon, YWCA Columbus Program Coordinator YWCA Columbus recognizes that the history of Thanksgiving has historically been revised to erase Indigenous voices and experiences. As an antiracist agency that stands on the stolen land of the Kaskaskia people, Shawnadasse Tula (Shawanwaki/Shawnee), Myaamia, and the Hopewell, we are aware that anti-Indigenous racism is embedded… Continue Reading An acknowledgement of the trauma caused by the myth of Thanksgiving

YWCA’s new Center for Racial Equity is training Central Ohio businesses on anti-racism

Monday, November 22, 2021

Columbus Business First |  Article | YWCA Columbus’ mission has long been to eliminate racism, but now that goal is being further put into action with the launch of its new Center for Racial Equity. The center’s focus includes conducting racial equity trainings for Columbus-area businesses and nonprofits and expanding the organization’s racial equity policy… Continue Reading YWCA’s new Center for Racial Equity is training Central Ohio businesses on anti-racism