Celebrate King’s Legacy with YWCA Bethlehem
Gather with us on Monday, January 18 at 10:00 a.m. to celebrate the legacy of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and to examine the critical work that remains for us today to fulfill his dream of racial equality. This one-hour online event will feature a welcome from YWCA Bethlehem, a shared viewing experience of King’s I Have a Dream speech, discussion in a small group breakout session, and a reading of YWCA USA’s Stand Against Racism Pledge with an opportunity for attendees to commit or recommit to antiracism efforts in our community. Breakout room facilitators will use recent headlines from national news sources to examine the persistent challenges of racial violence, systemic racism, and discrimination.
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On October 16 YWCA Bethlehem welcomed Tiwanna R. Hatcher as the newly appointed Interim Director of Administration. Tiwanna is committed to improving the lives of others by service to the community and has dedicated her career to administering programs that directly affect the lives of women and children. Her experiences include managing a domestic violence/ sexual assault safe house at YWCA Annapolis, an HIV/AIDS prevention and care services programs, and a maternal child health program for the City of Detroit.
“I began my career at a YWCA.” Hatcher explains. “I am grateful to have had such great women lead the way and invest in me at the YWCA. Returning to the YWCA… Read More