Reposted from @lafamiliadebroward
La toma de decisiones es libre, y para que sea según tu criterio la correcta es importante que cuentes con un amplio sistema de información, para que tengas las herramientas necesarias y tú elección sea llena de sabiduría
Por esa razón te traemos un programa muy importante sobre la vacuna contra el #covid_19
Invitados especialistas en el tema

✔️Dr. Luis Piña Capellán, Líder y Conferencista
,✔️Dr. Raúl Tareia, consejero clínico pastoral @drtarela
✔️Dr. Cesar Villegas MD. CCRP. Investigador Médico @dr.cesarvillegasmd
✔️Dra. Marta Laos Vicepresidente de Educación e Innovación Social Comunitaria en @ywcasouthfl
"Infórmate y Decide" a través de un #facebooklive el Miércoles 15 de septiembre a las 7 PM por

@miamidadecounty #healthfoundationofsouthflorida #vaccinesaveslives #covidvaccine #211broward #vaccinationdone #BrowardCountyFlorida #MiamiDadeCounty #ChildrensServicesCouncilOfBrowardCounty #IDidItSFL #LoHiceSFL #MwenTefeliFSL @urbanhp @oycmiami @overtowncyc @browardcountyoesbd @browardcountyoesbd @hispanicunity @baptisthealthsf

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#HispanicHeritageMonth runs from September 15 to October 15. It is celebrated to recognize the achievements and contributions of Hispanic American champions who have inspired others to achieve success.

At YWCA South Florida we will be sharing resources and information to raise awareness of key issues affecting the Hispanic community all month.

Comment below to let us know how you will be celebrating this month!

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Conversation with @mayelalifestyle !. Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! ...

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Hispanic Heritage Month begins on September 15 and to celebrate, we’re working towards raising awareness of issues affecting the Hispanic community.

As we kick off #HispanicHeritageMonth, we have teamed up with Univision for a Facebook Live to explore issues impacting the community and to highlight a powerful Latina success story.

Tune in on Wednesday, Sept. 15 at 11 a.m. to watch Univision radio and TV host, Javier Romero, interview Martha Vega Hero, site manager, youth department with YWCA South Florida and Mayela Rojas Sanchez, YWCA South Florida Board, with special guest Madeline Pumariega, Miami Dade College president.


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In an effort to continue helping black owned businesses and women of color overcome barriers to starting, growing, and sustaining businesses, we want to highlight a member of our WE360° program and her business!

Shakyra Lawson is the Owner and Lead Braider of Queen of the Crown and graduate of YWCA South Florida’s WE360° program.

“Queen of the Crown is a hair-braiding company providing conveniently stylish braiding services and products. We pride ourselves on providing high quality customer service, and a luxuriously therapeutic experience.”

“YWCA South Florida’s WE360° program gave me a sense of direction. I was held accountable and given tools to build and maintain a product-based business alongside my service-based business. I was educated on various elements of running a small business and challenged to push beyond my scope of reality.”

We invite you to visit Queen of the Crown's website: and follow them on Instagram at @_queenofthecrown .

To learn more about upcoming our Fall WE360° Program (Starts Sept. 16!) visit the link in our bio

#EmpoweringWomen #EverythingForHER

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There is still time to join our WE360 TEEN EDITION: GAMING!
🕹️ We have: New Xboxes, Games, Cash Prizes & Fun!
Now- all we need is YOU!
⭐ WE360 + Teen Edition aims to help students develop the technical skills that will help them to grow up to become #STEM professionals! Register your teen today: LINK IN BIO⭐

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You don't want to miss this week's #TakeActionTuesday!
You will get to meet Matisse Ventura Bruer, YWCA South Florida's new Director of Racial and Gender Equity Advancement, as well as our special guest, Mayela Rojas, EVP of Media Vista Group.

We are heading into #HispanicHeritageMonth with a preview of our upcoming FB Live interview with Univison 23, and with a discussion about two of the most urgent issues facing Latinas/es: vaccine equity & the economic impact of COVID.

Take a break from your busy day and join us on our IG Live Tuesday, Sept. 14, at 11 am.
⏰ Set a reminder via our IG story!

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This weekend the world will stop to remember the events of that day 20 years ago, when we watched in horror as the US was under attack.
We remember and honor those who lost their lives, their families, and those who still struggle with trauma from the events of that day.
May we continue heal and come together as people, and as a Nation.

#911 #20Yearslater #NeverForget

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YWCA South Florida is joining YWCA USA and The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s effort to promote the Archewell Foundation’s 40×40 program.

The 40×40 program challenges people everywhere to contribute 40 minutes of their time to improve their community. Specifically, providing community service or mentorship that supports women reentering the workforce.

Join YWCA South Florida’s effort to empower women reentering the workforce by giving 40 minutes of your time to a woman re-entering the workforce. We will work to identify opportunities for community service or mentorship for interested individuals who register. Your participation in this program will change someone’s life!

Learn more via the link in our bio.


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YWCA South Florida and our CEO, Kerry-Ann Royes are proud to be a part of the movement to ensure equitable vaccine distribution! A large part of that effort involves providing answers to common concerns, while addressing persistent myths with reliable data.

For more information or answers to your COVID-19 vaccine questions, please visit:


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Wednesday, September 8th is #NativeWomensEqualPayDay.
This date marks the amount of time it takes a Native woman to catch up to what a white man earns in a single year – One year and nine months later.
An average, Native women make 60 cents on the dollar and have to work almost 21 months to earn as much as what a white man makes in a year.
Native women are paid unfairly at every education level with their pay gap widening for those with advanced degrees. After Labor Day weekend, we want to reflect on worker’s rights and acknowledge the tremendous wage gap existing between native women and other races and genders.
The time is NOW to pay Native women the wages they deserve. Demand equity for Native women at work, in society, and at the ballot box!

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Ahead of National Women’s Small Business Month, @BankUnited is giving women-owned small businesses in South Florida a chance to win a $10,000 prize by sharing their story. The inaugural BankUnited “Small Business, Big Dreams” Women in Business Challenge opens for entries today and culminates in a live pitch event and business summit during National Women’s Small Business Month in October.

To enter, eligible business owners must complete an application and submit an elevator video pitch of up to three minutes by the contest closing date of Sept. 23. Businesses must be based in Florida or New York and must be at least 51% women-owned.

Find out more and apply for the chance to win: LINK IN BIO

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Observed the first Monday in September, Labor Day is an annual celebration of the social and economic achievements of American workers.

However, Labor laws still exclude women and people of color. Labor laws in this country were originally written to exclude many essential workers, especially those who are women and those who aren't white. This glaring exclusion is a part of why the U.S. labor movement lacks strength today, especially relative to other developed countries. It's a movement that's less unified, with unequal empowerment, given that Black and other workers of color, as well as women, were vindictively barred from joining many unions and excluded from protections for so long. You can look to the present day and see the ripple effects; industries with a high proportion of women and non-white workers often have some of the lowest wages.*

YWCA South Florida is one of the oldest and largest women’s organizations in the nation, serving over 2 million women, girls, and their families. We are dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.

#UntilJusticeJustIs #LaborDay

(*Source: "There’s Work To Be Done This Labor Day" Sept. 5, 2020 Refinery 29)

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Please make time to watch this meaningful and reflective #TakeActionTuesday with Rev. Dr. Anthony Reed!

We still need to take risks to help society progress towards #socialjustice .

Watch the full conversation between Rev. Dr. Anthony Reed @purplechurchmiami and Natalie Robinson Bruner @natrbruner talking about the relevance of the #drmartinlutherkingjr #ihaveadream speech to the political and social landscape of today via our IGTV (or you can scroll three posts back)


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🕹️#Gamer Alert!
We have: New Xboxes, Games, Cash Prizes & Fun!
Now- all we need is YOU!
⭐ WE360 + Teen Edition aims to help students develop the technical skills that will help them to grow up to become #STEM professionals! Register your teen today: LINK IN BIO⭐

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United We Stand. Together We ACT. Until Justice...Just Is

Pledge to stand against racial and social injustices.

Support the small and local business in your community, especially those owned by women and people of color. We have started a list on our website!

Support the YWCA’s work to address the effects of systemic racism.
Help expand early childhood education, trauma intervention, skills training, job placement, small business development programs, and more.

➡️ Learn more and take action: FOLLOW LINK IN OUR BIO

#100YearsForward #UntilJusticeJustIs #StandAgainstRacism #EverythingForHER

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Take Action Tuesday with Rev. Dr. Anthony Reed. We still need to take risks to help society progress towards #socialjustice .

Join the conversation between Rev. Dr. Anthony Reed @purplechurchmiami and Natalie Robinson Bruner @natrbruner talking about the relevance of the #drmartinlutherkingjr #ihaveadream speech to the political and social landscape of today.

@ywcasouthfl is doing #EverythingforHer

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Don't miss this week's #TakeActionTuesday on IG Live August 31, at 11 am!
Join Special Guest Rev. Dr. Anthony Reed, Pastor at Martin Memorial A.M.E. , and Host, Natalie Robinson Bruner, YWCA South Florida’s Division Director of Racial and Gender Equity Advancement.

⏰Set a reminder via our IG Story

#IHaveADream #MarchOnWashington

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We are looking for a Licensed Mental Health Therapist to work out of our Miami Centers! Is that you or someone you know?
Come work for one of Miami's oldest social justice organizations. Find more information and apply via LINK IN BIO

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