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In the Media

White AllyshipHow can white people become supporters and allies for people of color? Join YWCA CEO Helen Archontou, as she continues the conversation around racial justice awareness with Bonnie Cushing, Licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Antiracist Organizer and Educator, Courtney Carbone, Chairperson of the Community Relations Advocacy Network and Maryann Woods-Murphy, International Talent Development specialist and Priority Schools Consultant. Learn from these committed leaders about undoing racism education, and the impact racism has on our communities.

Posted by YWCA Northern New Jersey on Wednesday, June 17, 2020

White Allyship: How Can White People Become Supporters and Allies for People of Color?

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Shelly Wilner Speaks on Her Experience at CSWAC’S RAWC Workshop

Why Color Matters – The Workshop

Margery Freeman of the People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond