Use the links below to access recordings from previous events. For more information, contact Andrea Huggenvik at email@example.com.
Click here to return to our current Stand Against Racism series.
|August 19, 2020||Rooted in Racism: Healthcare Disparities|
|September 16, 2020||Racism and COVID-19: Asian American and Pacific Islander Communities|
|October 21, 2020||Rooted in Racism: Housing Disparities|
|November 18, 2020||Racism and COVID-19: Latino Communities|
|December 16, 2020||Finding Joy: Self-Care While Doing Anti-Racism Work|
|February 3, 2021||Rooted in Racism: Food Insecurity|
|February 17, 2021||Racism and COVID-19: Black Communities|
|March 17, 2021||Rooted in Racism: Maternal Health and Infant Death Rates in the Black Community|
|April 21, 2021||Racism and COVID-19: Native American Communities|
|April 24, 2021||Stand Against Racism: Connecting Racism and Public Health|
|April 24, 2021||Stand Against Racism: Translating Data to Policy|
|May 19, 2021||Finding Balance: Mental Health and the Impacts of Racism|
|June 16, 2021||Intersectionality: The Crossroads of Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation|
The Where We Live series is the first extension of our Stand Against Racism series. Born from the social unrest following the murder of George Floyd, these discussions are intended to create space for the whole community to be present and engage in conversations about racism in America and, more locally, the Greater Green Bay area. We are bringing together community members, leaders, and experts to provide the information and guide the conversation needed to enact change. It is our hope that through these conversations members of the Green Bay community will acquire the tools needed to help eliminate racism.
The No Wrong Thing series is another extension of our Stand Against Racism series. These discussions are intended to be a safe space for the types of disarming conversations that many shy away from for fear of saying the wrong thing. Our panelists model the kind of transparency needed to build bridges across racial and other demographic differences in women of this region. These candid hour-long discussions are a refreshing look at the beauty and strength present when powerful, intelligent women work together for a common cause. Eliminating racism and empowering women in Brown County starts with conversations like these. View the entire series here.
Racism and Its Impacts on Health: A Collaborative Community Study
Report Out Event & Discussion
Join the YWCA Greater Green Bay and Brown County Public Health as we report study findings sponsored by the Greater Green Bay Community Foundation Basic Needs grant. This collaborative community health summary explores the impact of race on health and well-being in our community. Click here to see the Brown County Community Health Assessment.
The 2020/2021 Stand Against Racism, Where We Live, and No Wrong Thing Series are sponsored by: