The YWCA Of Greater Cincinnati's Stand Against Racism Effort Kicks Off

Apr 25, 2016

Stand Against Racism is a YWCA signature campaign to spread awareness about institutional racism.
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Stand Against Racism is a YWCA signature campaign to spread awareness about institutional racism. Founded in 2007, the campaign is part of the YWCA’'s larger national goal of eliminating racism.

Stand Against Racism is open to any group, organization, company, school or church. Last year, more than 750 locations hosted events across 44 states.

Joining us to talk about the campaign and the work the YWCA does are president and CEO of YWCA Greater Cincinnati, Barbara Perez, and president of the board of the Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati, Shakila Ahmad.

YWCA Greater Cincinnati'’s Stand Against Racism campaign wrap-up will take place at Fountain Square on Monday May 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Click here for more information.