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YWCA 21-Day Racial Equity & Social Justice Challenge 2021

We’re rolling out an all-new challenge for 2021, and we hope you’ll join us.

YWCA Walla Walla will join 54 YWCAs from Oahu to South Florida to Maine, and we have the combined capacity for 50,000 participants. Sign up while there’s still space available!

To engage with people from other YWCAs doing their own versions of the challenge, use the hashtag #YWCAEquityChallenge and share your reflections on social media.  

You can use tools built right in to the Challenge to engage with friends and neighbors who joined with YWCA Walla Walla. Make a comment in the Activity Feed, and others can respond to you there. Send messages to other attendees, or check out the Leaderboard to see who has earned the most Badges.

Thank you for joining us to dive deep into racial equity and social justice. 

Click here to learn more & register for the NEW 2021 challenge


Last year’s 21-Day Challenge

08/31/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 21

08/28/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 20

08/27/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 19

08/26/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 18

08/25/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 17

08/24/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 16

08/21/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 15

08/20/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 14

08/19/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 13

08/18/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 12

08/17/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 11

08/14/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 10

08/13/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 9

08/12/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 8

08/11/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 7

08/10//2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 6

08/07/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 5

08/06/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 4

08/05/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 3

08/04/2020 – 21 Day Challenge: Day 2

08/03/2020 – Welcome to the 21 Day Challenge! Today is Day 1

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