The Seattle Medium – The weekend was the kickoff of a partnership between 100 Black Parents, an advocacy organization working to improve the lives of African American Families and their students, and the YMCA of Greater Seattle’s Camping Services Branch. The AAMW is a parent, youth, and family skills-building event designed to expose youth to new experiences and environments while promoting individual asset development, strengthen parenting skills, and building family strengths.
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