From Declarations to Change:
Addressing Racism as a Public Health Crisis.
Structural racism plays a large role in determining the conditions in which people are born, grow, work, live, and age. These factors affect people’s access to quality housing, education, food, transportation, political power, and other social determinants of health. Understanding and addressing systemic racism from this public health perspective is crucial to eliminating racial and ethnic inequities, and to improving opportunity and well-being across communities.
Racism is a public health crisis.

Our collective efforts can root out injustice, transform institutions, and create a world that sees women, girls, and people of color the way we do: Equal. Powerful. Unstoppable.
Join Us For Stand Against Racism 2021!
April 27th
Virtual Event – Introduction to 2021 Stand Against Racism with a keynote speaker at noon PST. Hosted by Diversity, Equity & Inclusion at Wenatchee Valley College
April 28th
Virtual Event – Speaker panel with local health experts who can speak to how racism has impacted COVID19 locally. Both with the virus and the vaccination distribution. 6:00pm PST Event registration coming soon!
April 29th
March – YWCA Thrift Store to Memorial Park. Starting at the YWCA Thrift Store 4:00pm PST
April 30th
March – Omak WVC campus (exact route yet to be determined) 4:00pm PST