Dialogue to Action

DIALOGUE to ACTION™

Antiracist Programming to Eliminate Racism

YWCA Delaware’s Racial & Social Justice program strives to transform communities by changing consciousness, promoting inclusion and solidarity, and cultivating skills in individuals to advocate for justice and inspire a movement.

Faces: Dialogue to Action

We encourage you to join the conversations that spark change.  Check out our current offerings of discussion-based programs below.  Please contact rcotto@ywcade.org for additional information.

 

The Intersection of Race and Trauma

Watch Now – The Intersection of Race and Trauma – Panel Discussion

Wednesday, May 26, 2021

View YWCA Delaware’s important conversation on the Intersection of Race and Trauma with guest panel speakers: Kim Graham, Coordinator, Trauma Academy, Delaware State University Nikki Harley, Organizational Development Practitioner, Imprint Wellness Dr. Julius Mullen Sr., Chief Clinical Officer, Children and Families First Dr. Varleisha D. Gibbs, Occupational Therapist, VP, Practice Engagement and Capacity Building, AOTA… Continue Reading Watch Now – The Intersection of Race and Trauma – Panel Discussion

White Ally Small Groups

White Ally Small Groups

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Do you want to be a good ally to people of color? Do you want to learn how to have tough conversations with other white individuals who may think racism does not still exist? Join one of our White ally small groups where you can learn these skills and more. These groups will meet monthly… Continue Reading White Ally Small Groups

Stand Against Racism

Stand Against Racism

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Stand Against Racism 2021 Event Racism is a Public Health Crisis Thank you to our partners, State Representatives and community members who joined us today to stand against racism and declare it a human rights and public health crisis.  Structural racism plays a large role in determining the conditions in which people are born, grow,… Continue Reading Stand Against Racism

DTA Conversations About Race

Conversations about Racism

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

This is a dynamic program that moves us from talk to meaningful action. You’ve had conversations about racism before, but this program dives into the real issues and root causes, and evolves into action that directly addresses systemic and institutional racism. Now more than ever, we need to listen to each other, break down the… Continue Reading Conversations about Racism

“Let’s Talk ” Webinar Series

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Each week of our 21-Day Racial Equity and Social Justice Challenge, we hosted a webinar discussion of racial equity and social justice topics with panelists from various fields.  The recordings from our 2021 series are posted here and on our youtube channel. Let’s Talk Environmental Justice Let’s Talk Gender-Based Violence Let’s Talk Racism, Sexism and… Continue Reading “Let’s Talk ” Webinar Series

August Book Study: “The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together” by Heather McGhee

Wednesday, March 24, 2021

One of today’s most insightful and influential thinkers, Heather McGhee, offers a powerful exploration of inequality and the lesson that generations of Americans have failed to learn: Racism has a cost for everyone – not just for people of color. “This is the book I’ve been waiting for.” — IBRAH X. KENDI, #1 New York… Continue Reading August Book Study: “The Sum of Us: What Racism Costs Everyone and How We Can Prosper Together” by Heather McGhee


Educational Forums and Discussions

YWCA partners with community groups and nonprofits to create inclusive spaces where participants can learn about the history and negative impact of racism and oppression on individual attitudes, behaviors, and the very fabric of society. We help people grow their capacity to foster conversations about racism, and to develop action plans for responding to racism and other forms of oppression. If you missed our current session, please watch this space for future discussion groups.

Please contact Rebecca Cotto at rcotto@ywcade.org  for more information.