Martin's Mission 2021 Contact Information
Martin's Mission, hosted by YWCA Carlisle, will consist of free virtual events for elementary-aged students in K-5th grades on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on Monday, January 18, 2021. Martin's Mission is dedicated to bringing the mission of the Civil Rights Movement to children in K-5th grade in a fun and interactive way, and is a crucial part of YWCA Carlisle's mission to eliminate racism in our community.
Virtual events will include story times, fun lessons, and a "make at home" craft. We are excited to partner with Taytum Robinson-Covert, Hope Station, Carlisle Arts Learning Center (CALC), and The Common Ground Project to bring these sessions to your home!
Please note that the 6:45 pm session with Dr. Renee Powell is open to everyone in the community. We ask that you register below if you intend on attending that session.
Please provide your email address below to receive a Zoom link and a copy of the schedule.
For questions or concerns, please contact Ashley Glensor at
Participant's Grade (NA if not applicable)
Parent/Guardian Name (NA if not applicable)
Parent/Guardian or Participant Email
Please select all sessions your child will be attending:
9 AM - Storytime with Taytum Robinson-Covert
10 AM - Black Activism with Hope Station
1 PM - Crafts with CALC
6:45 PM - Storytime with Dr. Renee Powell
For Grant Reporting Purposes: Participant Race/Ethnicity (Select All That Apply - Confidential)
Native American/Alaskan Native
Black and/or African American
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For Grant Reporting Purposes: Household Income (Confidential)
Less than $5,000
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Release: I permit myself/the participant to be photographed and/or videoed for YWCA-related media promotion including the agency’s Facebook page and grant reporting purposes.
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