FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WFFT) - People in Fort Wayne are taking part in the national Stand Against Racism movement this weekend.
The four day call-to-action kicked off Thursday to raise awareness about the problem.
The YWCA of northeast Indiana held a panel discussion on civic engagement.
They discussed how woman can have their voice heard and be involved in the community.
"Show that we are all standing together knowing racism is wrong and it still exists in our country and our day-to-day lives. We want to make sure we are making efforts to try to eliminate that racism that is still occurring and trying to bring the country together," said Jennifer Rohlf, YWCA Director of Empowerment.
You can find more ways to get involved by visiting the Stand Against Racism website.