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Meet our Panel: Hispanic Heritage Month

Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Meet our Panelists & Moderator Giovanna Genard, M.Ed. Giovanna Genard is Assistant Vice President for Strategic Communication and Chief Marketing Officer at Old Dominion University, where she leads the institution’s innovative marketing and global brand strategy, storytelling, web, and digital marketing initiatives. As an inclusive leader, she volunteers to close the equity gap, create a… Continue Reading Meet our Panel: Hispanic Heritage Month

Dating Violence Resources

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

Teen Dating Violence Resources Teen Dating Violence or Relationship Violence is scary and difficult to spot both when you’re the one experiencing it or a friend on the outside of the relationship. Abuse in a relationship can look different and doesn’t always have to be physical. This can be daunting to navigate and be upsetting… Continue Reading Dating Violence Resources

YWCA South Hampton Roads’ Statement on the Resignation of Governor Andrew Cuomo

Thursday, August 12, 2021

August 11, 2021  As a leader in domestic and sexual violence services, YWCA South Hampton Roads’ (YWCA SHR) commitment is to believing the voices of survivors and providing them all the resources we have without barriers, fear of judgment, or negative repercussions. Those who have experienced domestic and/or sexual violence deserve our respect and a chance to rebuild a life that… Continue Reading YWCA South Hampton Roads’ Statement on the Resignation of Governor Andrew Cuomo

Pink Day & the Pink Tax

Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Have you heard of the Pink Tax? It isn’t often talked about, but it’s something we at YWCA South Hampton Roads felt needed to be discussed. Everyday women, people of color, and people in the LGBTQ+ community face discrimination that often has to be overcome. We are tired. We are exhausted from having to push… Continue Reading Pink Day & the Pink Tax

Juneteenth Resources

Monday, June 14, 2021

The Other Independence Day Why Juneteenth Should Finally be Celebrated as a National Holiday What it Means to Celebrate Juneteenth This Year Celebrating Juneteenth: America’s Second Independence Day Juneteenth: the “Other” Independence Day Freedom for Who? A Reflection on Juneteenth and the Fourth of July Senate passes bill to make Juneteenth a federal holiday This… Continue Reading Juneteenth Resources