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Women’s History Month 2020: Women We Admire . March 5, 2021

Its March which means its Women’s History Month, a chance for everyone to reflect and remark on the names — both known and unknown — that left an impact on all of our lives.  In our line or work, we know that when women are civically engaged our democracy thrives. We also know that when read more

When Women are Civically Engaged our Democracy is Stronger . August 18, 2020

This Women’s History Month blog post was written by Natalie Cone, Manager of State Advocacy and Civic Engagement at the YWCA. The organizing efforts of women in civic engagement have shaped and strengthened our democracy. From the suffragettes who fought for the passage of the 19th Amendment 100 years ago to Fannie Lou Hamer and Ella read more