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Stark County businessman pivots after no one shows up for Massillon meal giveaway

Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Local businessman Charles Danzy III wanted to lend a hand this holiday season so he arranged to provide a home-cooked meal and warm hats and gloves to local veterans. Things didn’t go as planned. With the pandemic, no one showed up for the giveaway. It didn’t deter Danzy. He switched gears and sent the meal… Continue Reading Stark County businessman pivots after no one shows up for Massillon meal giveaway

YWCA Canton Names New CEO

Tuesday, December 8, 2020

The Board of Directors is thrilled to announce that Shana Smith will be the next CEO of the YWCA Canton effective December 8. Shana has deep roots in our community and brings a wealth of experience to the role. She has served on the Boards of Leadership Stark County, Homeless Continuum of Care, Child and… Continue Reading YWCA Canton Names New CEO

Unity Challenge: Taking A Deeper Look at Racism & Biases

Thursday, September 3, 2020

Canton, OH (September 3, 2020) – More than two thousand community members took the Unity Challenge this past month and almost fifty organizations endorsed it. From August 10 to August 28, members in the community processed the challenge in many ways: attended Facebook Live Check-Ins Monday through Thursdays, Weekly challenges through online conference calls every… Continue Reading Unity Challenge: Taking A Deeper Look at Racism & Biases

Dismantling Racism Coaltion of Stark County Launches Unity Challenge

Monday, August 3, 2020

Canton, OH (August 3, 2020) – The Dismantling Racism Coalition of Stark County is proud to announce the launch of the Unity Challenge, a 15-day commitment that helps us explore our unconscious attitudes about race, power, privilege and leadership. You can help our community reduce barriers and create transformational change, while going on your own personal… Continue Reading Dismantling Racism Coaltion of Stark County Launches Unity Challenge

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