YWCA Book Club Announces 2018 Line-Up

By Shaunna Cullen This year’s selection of books for YWCA New Britain’s Book Club offers a variety of genres from the coming-of-age story Wonder, by R.J. Palacio to a suspense novel, Room by Emma Donoghue. Starting back up in February, participants will gather every second Thursday of each month from

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Elder Sexual Violence: The Abuse We Can Never Imagine Happening

By C.J. Boggs Bernier According to AARP, there are 76.4 million baby boomers in the U.S and more than 3 million of them are already in their 70’s and 80’s. Many families are transitioning into the sandwich generation, taking care of elderly parents and still caring for children at home. 

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Your Voice, Your Vote, Your Future: The Violence Against Women Act

When voters go to the polls in 2016, they will cast their ballots for elected officials who will determine public policy on major issues that impact the lives of women, girls, and people of color. Over the next few weeks, YWCA will be sharing overviews of our priority issues int

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Your Voice, Your Vote, Your Future: Reducing domestic violence related homicides

When voters go to the polls in 2016, they will cast their ballots for elected officials who will determine public policy on major issues that impact the lives of women, girls, and people of color. Over the next few weeks, YWCA will be sharing overviews of our priority issues int

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Your Voice, Your Vote, Your Future: Paid family leave

When voters go to the polls in 2016, they will cast their ballots for elected officials who will determine public policy on major issues that impact the lives of women, girls, and people of color. Over the next few weeks, YWCA will be sharing overviews of our priority issues int

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Your Voice, Your Vote, Your Future: Girls of color in the justice & education systems

When voters go to the polls in 2016, they will cast their ballots for elected officials who will determine public policy on major issues that impact the lives of women, girls, and people of color. Over the next few weeks, YWCA will be sharing overviews of our priority issues int

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Your Voice, Your Vote, Your Future: Ending racial profiling

When voters go to the polls in 2016, they will cast their ballots for elected officials who will determine public policy on major issues that impact the lives of women, girls, and people of color. Over the next few weeks, YWCA will be sharing overviews of our priority issues int

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