It’s Black History Month and we will be celebrating and honoring Black history all month long. As we enter this month, we call on you to reflect on how Black people have led and continue to drive movements for equality, often at great peril and with little recognition.
We call on you to uplift the joy of Black people and spend some time with us this month as we activate and educate.
Black History Month Social Media
Racial Justice and uplifting Black people is at the heart of our mission, which guides all our programs and services we offer here at YWCA National Capital Area. This month on social media, we will celebrate the beauty of Blackness and honor the legacy of Black culture and power in our country.
Follow along over the next few weeks as we have important conversations, share information, and amplify some incredible Black individuals, organizations, and businesses. Use the hashtag #YWCABlackHistoryMonth to stay up to date!
Field Trip to Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center
This Black History Month, YWCA National Capital Area is taking a field trip to learn more about Harriet Tubman’s story and explore her impact on this region & beyond. We invite you to join our EmpowerGirls & YWCA NCA for a bus trip on Thursday, February 23 to learn more about Harriet Tubman’s story at the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Visitor Center in Church Creek, MD and the Harriet Tubman Museum in Cambridge, MD. Transportation is free & provided!
We will leave our office in the morning, explore the visitor center & other stops, and return by early evening. The trip will run approximately 10 am to 5 pm. Timing may vary depending on our travel plans, but plan to spend the entire day with us.
Space is limited so we ask that you RSVP by February 15 to secure your spot. RSVP here: https://bit.ly/YWBHM2023
Note: While we are covering most of the trip cost, donations to cover expenses are always appreciated. Cant attend? Help sponsor our trip by making a donation at https://www.ywcanca.org/