YWCA Race Against Racism is a 5K race in the heart of Lancaster. The Race is in its 19th year and will be certified for the first time! Join over 3,000 participants including internationally and national ranked individuals as well as over 100 teams. Come out to celebrate our diversity and stand with the community! Running in conjunction with the Race Against Racism is Humanity Fest which is a multicultural festival held in Musser Park on Race Day and is open to the public from 7:00 – 11:30 a.m. It explores the cultural diversity of our community through food and locally handmade crafts. Make sure to also visit the booths of other organizations and non-profits who are focused on equality and justice in Lancaster County. Food trucks and stands will be set up throughout the park before, during and after the race so don’t forget to bring cash to enjoy delicious treats and purchase a unique item! All net proceeds go to benefit programming of the YWCA.
100 block of North Lime Street and 200 block of East Chestnut Street, from 6am- 12pm