How to use this directory of resources

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EchoX includes a steadily growing searchable database of organizations, groups, writers, artists and others organized by ethnicity, cultural focus, type of heritage work and/or type of community action. Check back often to see newly added listings!

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Y-WE cultivates the power of diverse young women* to be creative leaders and courageous changemakers through transformative programs within a collaborative community of belonging.

We envision a society rooted in social justice, where all young women* live their truth, achieve their dreams, and change our world.
  • Education
    Youth Programs
  • Services
    Professional Development

Y-WE’s mentorship and empowerment programs serve diverse young women*, ages 13-24, along with adult women* mentors, volunteers and participants in the greater Seattle area. Each year, we directly serve 700+ girls and women* and benefit 2,000+ community members. Of current Y-WE youth, 60% are first or second generation immigrants; 80% are of color; and 90% are from low-income backgrounds. Y-WE is majority women-of-color-led, including our Youth Leadership Council, Board of Directors, program facilitators, staff and mentors.