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How to be actively “anti-racist”

Friday, June 5, 2020

by Cheryl Johnson-Odim, Ph.D. , Provost Emerita and Professor of History, Dominican University Forgive me (and indulge me) if I am preaching. But a white friend (I would even call him an aspiring ally) just asked me what is the difference between being non-racist and being anti-racist, especially because he knows me to have taken… Continue Reading How to be actively “anti-racist”

Fabiola Alfonso, YWCA Financial Education Specialist

Who is not getting the Economic Impact Payment?

Friday, May 22, 2020

by Fabiola Alfonso, YWCA Evanston/North Shore Financial Education Specialist The COVID 19 pandemic has reduced domestic violence survivors’ options of getting out of their abusive relationship. Contact with family members, access to social services, filing of orders of protection, going to shelters, computer access, and more are not easily available. When the Economic Impact Payments… Continue Reading Who is not getting the Economic Impact Payment?