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Lynnwood Takes a ‘Stand Against Racism’

City of Lynnwood Partners with the YWCA to host a Stand Against Racism Rally

On Friday, April 26, people across the nation will be joining together for the YWCA’s Stand Against Racism; a movement that aims to eliminate racism by raising awareness through this annual event.

Join the City of Lynnwood’s Neighborhoods & Demographic Diversity Commission and the YWCA of Snohomish County on the Lynnwood Civic Campus at 3:30pm as we host Lynnwood’s first Stand Against Racism event. The event will commence in front of the Lynnwood Senior Center located at 19000 44th Ave W, Lynnwood.

The event will include keynote addresses by Lynnwood’s Mayor Don Gough, Lynnwood City Council President Loren Simmonds, Diversity Commission Chair Shirley Sutton, and Senior Regional Director of the YWCA of Snohomish County Mary Anne Dillon-Bryant. There will be a musical performance by local students, refreshments and resources available.

For more information about this event, please visit www.lynnwoodwa.gov/Outreach or contact Julie Moore, Community Outreach Specialist at 425-670-5023 or by email at jmoore@lynnwoodwa.gov. Or to learn more about the national movement, visit www.standagainstracism.org.