The YWCA Princeton Announces:
Stand Against Racism
April 27, 2012
Join us. Take a stand!
The YWCA’s Stand Against Racism 2012 is a collaboration of YWCA Associations throughout the country with the goal of bringing people together from all walks of life to raise awareness that racism still exists. We are expecting that over a quarter million people will take a Stand Against Racismon April 27, 2012. Join us!
Become a Participating Site!
The YWCA Princeton is inviting organizations that believe in a society free of racism to join us in taking a Stand Against Racism by becoming a Participating Site.
As a Participating Site of the Stand Against Racism, you will host your own “Stand” at your location. It could be either private or public. Becoming a Participating Site is very easy.  There is no cost to participate. 
Strength comes from numbers! Join us on April 27, 2012 by becoming a Participating Site and help us in our fight to eliminate racism.
To learn more or to sign up, please contact Joann our National SAR Coordinator or  You can also follow the Stand Against Racism on Facebook: www.facebook/ywcaSAR
OR You Can…
Join Us!
On Friday, April 27th from 9:00 – 10:00 am in the Bramwell House Living Room.  The YWCA Princeton will host an open Stand Against Racism for the community.  All are welcome to attend.  There will be a film screening of “The Princeton Plan: 50 Years Later” featuring guest speakers; Ms. Shirley Satterfield and Mr. Henry Pannell.  Light refreshments will be served and it will take place at 59 Paul Robeson Place, Princeton.  For more information about the YWCA Princeton Stand, please contact Debra Raines, or (609) 497-2100 ext. 307.