Every March, we commemorate Women’s History Month and remember brave leaders. As we look back at the YWCA’s history, we need to remember that our foremothers broke boundaries to create change. What will you do to continue their work today?
The Phillis Wheatley Branch, named after the famous Black poet became a "residence and social center for colored girls," thanks to the efforts of the Culture Club and especially Mrs. Carter who managed the branch as its first secretary in
SCRANTON -- Professors at the University of Scranton now have a much clearer view of what life was like for women in the Electric City more than a century ago. On Wednesday, they sifted through documents and pictures left behind from
D The shop is now open at the YWCA mobile club visiting this lonely anti-aircraft site somewhere in Britain and members of the ATS crowd up to the counter to buy cosmetics tissues sewing kits and notepaper