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WOC Monthly Newsletters

See what we’ve been up to! Stay up-to-date with the latest Women of Colors’ News and Happenings. Read our current and past newsletters.

Students and Future Technology (SaFT)

Students and Future Technology (SaFT), is a Women of Colors science education program taught in collaboration with First Ward Community Services.

Warm a Child for Winter

Warm a Child for Winter is a free annual event that distributes 400-500 free coats, hats, gloves and scarves to local kids, teens and adults in the Saginaw area.

Youth Prevention Life Skills

Certified coaches work with youth in group sessions to help them develop life skills. The program is about freedom, the future and a fresh perspective.


Announcing the original screenplay 'THE FAMILY CAR: Seeing, Hearing, and Unpacking Mental Health in the Black Community', written by Glecia Wright Tatum with co-writer Twannie Gray and Ariel Pompey
WOC has enjoyed and appreciated the opportunity to communicate with our audience and community through a variety of social media platforms this year. We would like to take this moment to spotlight one post each month of the year that received high levels of engagement from our followers. We hope you enjoy reading this special year-in-review as much as we enjoyed putting it together!


JUNE 2023
Bri'Ana Dunn

After receiving her Associates Degree in Liberal Arts from Delta College in 2011, Bri’Ana Dunn enlisted into the United States Army where she served from 2011 to 2018. After being honorably discharged, she moved back to Michigan to continue her education. She is currently a graduating Senior at Saginaw Valley State University, majoring in Public Administration and minoring in Emergency Management. With already 8+ years of experience in the field, Bri’Ana enjoys working in public administration because it requires strong leadership skills, and it is tied to public programs and services which makes a big impact on the lives of people in her community. Volunteering at WOC has given her the opportunity to retreat from everyday life, appreciate what she has and form lifelong, healthy relationships. She also believes her work with WOC has helped boost her mental/physical health and wellbeing. One of her favorite inspirational quotes that she loves to share with other is “A candle loses nothing by lighting another candle.” by James Keller.

We are happy to have you Bri’Ana!



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