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I Like Myself read by YWCA Regina Malveaux for Storytime from the Tower

The uniqueness of everyone is important to honor and celebrate - and that is the message of Karen Beaumont's book, "I Like Myself" (published by HMH Books, 2004) with illustrations by David Catrow. YWCA CEO Regina Malveaux reads this title for Storytime from the Tower .

Everyone needs this message and perhaps a reminder of it on their bookshelf! Get your copy locally at Auntie’s Bookstore or Wishing Tree Books BOTH offer order and pick up service during this crazy time.

Connection to clients fuels YWCA’s Regina Malveaux

Along a wall outside the administrative offices of the YWCA of Spokane are images of Nobel Peace Prize winner Leymah Gbowee of Liberia, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Pakistani education advocate Malala Yousafzai, and poet Maya Angelou – women who represent the YWCA’s goals of peace, justice, freedom and dignity. Social justice is part of the reason Regina Malveaux was drawn to work with the YWCA.