COVID-19 introduced additional issues with learning loss, and early research shows the academic gap could widen. How do we recoup those losses or at least mitigate the damage among homeless, high poverty and minority children?
YWCA Central Alabama, the state’s only YWCA, is a social justice organization dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. Here is the 118-year-old agency’s statement regarding a jury’s declaration that former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin is guilty of murder and manslaughter in the 2020 death of George Floyd.
YWCA Central Alabama provides free and confidential services to victims/survivors of domestic and sexual violence and stalking, regardless of gender, age, health status, physical, mental, and emotional ability, sexual orientation, sexual identity/expression, socio-economic status race, national origin, immigration status or religious or political affiliation.
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The YW's COVID-19 RESPONSE: YWCA Central Alabama has taken proactive steps to protect our clients, staff, and community based on public health officials' preventive measures and social distancing recommendations. Staff is available via email and telephone. Email general inquiries here and follow us on social media for updates. The YW's vital domestic violence shelters in Jefferson and St. Clair counties and our 24-hour crisis line, (205) 322-4878 (HURT), continue to operate.