Events

YWCA South Florida’s Events

YWCA South Florida has lots of ways to stay connected throughout the year! View our events calendar to see what we have going on.

Calendar of Events

Feb
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Black Resistance: The Miseducation of Black History
Feb 9 @ 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm

Office Depot Men & Women of Color ARG will be hosting a virtual panel series entitled “We Shall Overcome – The Progress of Black Resistance”. There will be four weeks of panel discussions planned around the Black identity, growth and resilience with a goal to explore the progress and evolution of the black Identity and discuss how we may continue to cultivate a healthy sense of self despite the challenging rhetoric in this socio-political environment. YWCA’s President & CEO, Kerry-Ann Royes, will be joining week two’s virtual panel discussion, “Black Resistance: The Miseducation of Black History, ” scheduled for Thursday, February 9th at 12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.

Stay tuned on our social channels and newsletters for the link to join the panel.

Feb
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A Conversation: Our Community’s Most Pressing Needs
Feb 10 @ 11:00 am

Our president & CEO, Kerry-Ann Royes, will be joining Jewish Community Services of South Florida as a panelist for their event, “A Conversation: Our Community’s Most Pressing Needs” – celebrating the important work of JCS’ 211 Miami. Register today!

Feb
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Eighth Annual State of Black Philanthropy Event
Feb 23 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Hosted by The Miami Foundation, the event will be a celebration of Black leadership, generosity, and impact in Miami through an evening of live arts, libations & bites, awards and grants and fabulous company. Our president and CEO, Kerry-Ann Royes, will be honored at the event.

Mar
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FIU Miami Black Womxn’s Forum
Mar 15 all-day

Led by the Women’s Center at FIU and established in July 2020the Miami Black Womxn’s Forum was created to not only call attention to issues directly affecting Black womxn in South Florida, but to create an environment where Black womxn and advocates can connect, bond, and network.   

The theme this year is Phenomenal Womxn: Defying the Odds. The theme focuses on Black-identifying womxn who are creating transformative change in the FIU and South Florida communities. The focus is to build community amongst Black womxn on campus and South Florida to cultivate collective action and resistance to obstacles that seek to define them by truly defying the odds through scholarship, service and social justice efforts.