When you enter the front doors of the Jordan YMCA, one of the first things that might strike you is a miniature house, five “stories” tall, with a...
Title IX 50th year anniversary! Celebrating this milestone moment that opened the door to gender equity for girls and women in sports. @Pacers
Thank you for all the ways you go above and beyond every day. #HappyFathersDay
God made us all equal. The celebration of Juneteenth is a reminder of the victory of equality over oppression. We can only be human together. #We'reBetterTogether #YforAll
The period after #Juneteenth is known as the ‘Scatter.’ Undeterred by the recommendation to remain in place, formerly enslaved people left Texas in great numbers to find family members in the postbellum United States. Learn more June 18. http://ow.ly/wNRY50JrvSZ
The Civil War ended in the summer of 1865. Union General Gordon Granger and his troops traveled to Galveston, Texas to announce General Orders No. 3 on June 19, 1865. June 19th would go on to be known and celebrated as Juneteenth. Learn more on June 18. https://www.indypl.org/programs-events/cblc-book-fest
YMCA of Greater Indianapolis #Safety Around #Water Week starts on June 13, and we are proud to bring awareness to the importance of water safety. Learn more about swim lessons here: https://indymca.org/programs-and-activities/programs/aquatics-swim-lessons/
Following the issuing of the Emancipation Proclamation on January 1, 1863, not all enslaved people immediately found freedom. Learn more about Juneteenth during a partnership presentation on June 18. http://ow.ly/AMTy50JruVe
On June 18, The Monster Meetings will partner with The Center for Black Literature & Culture to welcome via video, Professor Annette Gordon-Reed, author of the Pulitzer Prize winning The Hemingses of Monticello: an American Family and On #Juneteenth. http://ow.ly/HtmR50Jruaf
Today, June 6, 2022, the YMCA celebrates 178 years of doing good things. Founded by George Williams in London, the Y began with a simple but powerful idea to help people build healthier, happier lives. Read more here. https://indymca.org/news/ymca-indianapolis/founders-day/ #YMCA #FoundersDay #Birthday
June is PRIDE month and the Y is made up of people of all ages and from every walk of life working side by side to strengthen communities. Together we work to ensure that everyone, has the opportunity to reach their full potential with dignity. #PRIDE
Personal training provides physical and mental benefits
In February of 2014, at the age of 26, Brian suffered a traumatic brain injury (TBI) that lef...