YWCA rededicates fight against racism
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- It's a lofty goal of eliminating racism and in turn, promoting diversity. While that goal is still far from being achieved, a large group gathered to show that they're willing to fight for it.
The 12th annual YWCA Day of Commitment was held at the Oncenter Wednesday. It included several workshops that focused on dispelling discrimination.
Organizers say the bottom line is you've got to get to know different people and cultures.
"If I don't know you and I see you walking down the street, I may have a stereotype that's been in my mind for years, probably because my parents thought that way. And so until I get to know people, until I can change my attitudes, nothing is going to change," said Joan Durant, the YWCA executive director.
More than two dozen people were also recognized for their work in promoting diversity.
Yep the "One Worlder's keep pushing their divershitty agenda". Niggers have done wonders for the country, they really have tsk tsk tsk...
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