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YWCA Greater Lafayette is dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls in Indiana, and our supporters play a vital role in that work. There is always something happening, or something to get involved in at YWCA Greater Lafayette. Staying up to date on events, news and program developments is one of the best ways you can help the organization. Stay informed. Get involved. Support our mission. Spread the word.

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YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism, empower women, stand up for social justice, help families and strengthen communities. We’ve been at the forefront of the biggest issues of the day for 160 years: from voting rights to civil rights, from affordable housing to pay equity and from violence prevention to health care reform. We carry on this long tradition of social action and advocacy to advance our mission — and you are a crucial part of this work. Your voice is critical as we advocate for policies that bring us closer to eliminating racism, empowering women, and ensuring peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.



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Equitable Hiring Practices:  Did you know?

Monday, April 3, 2023

by Floyd Keith, Director of Racial and Social Justice Embracing diversity and inclusion in the workplace has beneficial outcomes, such as improving productivity and enhancing the ability to maneuver in an increasingly complex and diverse environment.  Additionally, inclusion provides an organization with diverse and varied capabilities and skills that allow companies to reach their full… Continue Reading Equitable Hiring Practices:  Did you know?

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Lifting the Voice of a Nation: Chickasaw Storyteller Te Ata

Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Navigating the liminal space between Native (First) American and white communities, Mary Frances “Te Ata” Thompson Fisher was raised on the stories and songs of her Chickasaw culture. Te Ata was born December 3, 1895 in Emet, Oklahoma. Her father was the last treasurer of the Chickasaw Nation and her uncle, the last governor. The… Continue Reading Lifting the Voice of a Nation: Chickasaw Storyteller Te Ata

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