A fee of $25 covers all three days, bus transportation to and from the museum, snacks, materials, and a summit tee shirt.
Scholarships are available for those in need.
Register and pay online at www.ywcahanover.org no later than May 19 to ensure your spot.
Open to incoming 9th-grade students thru outgoing 12th-grade students.
Day One and Two – Hanover
Dr. Todd Alan: Vice President for Diversity Affairs, Messiah University. Founder of the Common Ground Project, a nonprofit dedicated to teaching the history of Civil Rights.
Vicar Carla Christopher: An ordained minister and award-winning author, public speaker, curriculum developer, and workshop facilitator/trainer in areas of anti-racism, LGBTQIA+ affirmation, community advocacy and activism, diversity/equity/inclusion, and cultural competency.
Keisha Finnie: Her work explores the journey of evolution as an artist and a woman of color, interpreting her personal experiences and observations, nurturing and visualizing her determination and resilience through touch and a strong, vibrant color palette.
Day Three – Washington DC
Bus trip and tour of National Museum of African American History and Culture