Here`s a guide to northeast Wisconsin organizations devoted to racial and ethnic diversity
GREEN BAY AREA
Achieve Brown County
Mission: To advance positive, cradle-to-career outcomes for all young people.
Address: 340 N. Broadway, Suite 400, Green Bay 54303
Contact information: achievebrowncounty.org, (920) 593-1050
Black Lives United - Green Bay
Mission: To unite folks of color and our comrades in building a beloved community.
Contact information: facebook.com/blacklivesunitedgb
Brown County United Way
Mission: To unite people, ideas and resources to create community solutions that strengthen every person and every community in Brown County.
Address: 112 N. Adams St., Suite 201, Green Bay 54301
Contact information: browncountyunitedway.org, (920) 432-3393
Casa ALBA Melanie, Hispanic Resource Center
Mission: To provide a very talented and community-conscious people of a minority group with the resources and support needed to achieve their dreams and provide a meaningful service to this community
Address: 314 S. Madison St., Green Bay 54301
Contact information: casaalba.org, (920) 445-0104
City of Green Bay Diversity Coordinator
Address: 100 N. Jefferson St., Green Bay 54301
Contact information: greenbaywi.gov, Raiya Sankari-Diaz, (920) 448-3147
ColorBold Business Association
Mission: To improve the viability of businesses in northeast Wisconsin that are formed by entrepreneurs of color through collaboration, increased economic sustainability and access to capital and education.
Address: 101 S. Military Ave. #166, Green Bay 54303
Contact information: colorbold.org
Greater Green Bay Chamber of Commerce Diversity Committee
Mission: To serve area businesses owned by ethnic or racial minorities, women, veterans and disabled persons, and to serve companies seeking to improve their recruitment, retention and development of talented minority employees.
Address: 300 N. Broadway, Suite 3A, Green Bay 54303
Contact information: greatergbc.org, (920) 473-8704
Green Bay Area School District Equity Department
Address: 200 S. Broadway, Green Bay 54303
Contact information: gbaps.org, (920) 448-2000
Green Bay NAACP
Mission: To ensure political, educational, social and economic equality of rights for all people.
Address: 425 Cherry St., Green Bay 54301
Contact information: naacp.org, (920) 437-9999
Hispanic Community Council of NEW
Mission: To achieve a greater sense of unity and strength provided by the cultural diversity in northeast Wisconsin.
Address: 239 N. Madison St., Green Bay 54301
Contact information: facebook.com/HCCofNEW, (920) 883-7522
Latino Professionals Association of Northeast Wisconsin
Mission: Ensuring Latinos` influence and success in all professions through networking, professional development and advocacy.
Contact information: facebook.com/LPAofNEW
Literacy Door County
Mission: To share the power of learning English through education.
Address: P.O. Box 473, Sturgeon Bay 54235
Contact information: literacydoorcounty.org, (920) 493-3667
Literacy Green Bay
Mission: To help adults and families acquire the reading, writing, math, English language, computer and workforce skills they need to function effectively as workers and community members.
Address: 424 S. Monroe Ave., Green Bay 54301
Contact information: literacygreenbay.org, (920) 435-2474
Literacy Partners of Kewaunee County
Mission: To establish a framework to provide literacy education to county residents.
Contact information: literacykewauneeco.org
Lovin’ The Skin I’m In
Mission: To empower and uplift girls of color in northeast Wisconsin.
Contact information: lovinmyskinwi.com, (704) 258-1563
Marinette & Oconto Counties Literacy Council
Mission: To provide adults of Marinette and Oconto counties with programs and services to improve literacy in reading, writing, comprehension, health, speaking English, math, digital skills and cross-cultural awareness.
Address: 202 E. Main St., Coleman 54112
Contact information: moliteracy.org, (920) 897-4422
Multicultural Community Center of Green Bay
Mission: To support diverse cultures in our area and help diverse groups become active participants in the full life of the community.
Address: 230 N. Madison St., Green Bay 54301
Contact information: multiculturalcentergb.wordpress.com, (920) 438-1660
Northeast Wisconsin Technical College
Address: 2740 W. Mason St., Green Bay 54303
Contact information:nwtc.edu, Mohammed Bey, (920) 498-6826
Address: N7210 Seminary Road, Oneida 54155
Contact information: oneida-nsn.gov, (800) 236-2214
St. Norbert College Multicultural Student Services
Address: St. Norbert College Campus Center, 100 Grant St., De Pere 54115
Contact information: snc.edu, (920) 403-4023
The Privilege Institute
Mission: To equip and empower people, organizations, institutions and communities committed to action and accountability related to issues of diversity, power, privilege and leadership.
Address: 1794 E. Allouez Ave. #260C, Green Bay 54311
Contact information: theprivilegeinstitute.com, (920) 489-2988
United Hmong Asian American Community Center
Mission: To serve as a bridge between the Hmong community and the Green Bay community.
Address: 401 Ninth St., Green Bay 54304
Contact information: wucmaa.org, (920) 437-4550
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Multiethnic Student Affairs
Address: University Union, 2420 Nicolet Drive, Green Bay 54311
Contact information: uwgb.edu, (920) 465-2522
We All Rise: African American Resource Center
Mission: To create and help restore a vibrant African American community.
Address: 430 S. Webster Ave., Green Bay 54301
Contact information: weallriseaarc.org, (920) 785-9115
Mission: To co-create community conditions that are fair and just to drive high levels of health and well-being for all.
Address: 300 Packerland Drive, Green Bay 54307
Contact information: wello.org
YWCA Greater Green Bay
Mission: Eliminating racism, empowering women and promoting peace, justice, freedom and dignity for all.
Address: 230 S. Madison St., Green Bay 54301
Contact information:ywcagreenbay.org, (920) 432-5581
APPLETON/FOX CITIES AREA
African Heritage, Inc.
Mission: To provide a medium for educational and cultural exchanges between Africans, people of African descent and all who have an interest in African issues.
Address: P.O. Box 2727, Appleton 54912
Contact information: africanheritageinc.org
Appleton Area School District Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Office
Address: 131 E. Washington St., Appleton 54911
Contact information:aasd.k12.wi.us, Dr. Pa Lee Moua, (920) 832-6138
Boys & Girls Club/Club de Ninos
Mission: To allow local children to participate with other Latino youth in the area.
Address: 160 S. Badger Ave., Appleton 54914
Contact information:bgclubfoxvalley.org, (920) 731-0555
Mission: To provide a gathering place for information, referral, support, advocacy, education and celebration to advance the economic, social and cultural position of Spanish speakers in the Fox Valley.
Address: 1475 Opportunity Way, Menasha 54952
Contact information: casahispanawi.org, (920) 968-6880
Celebrate Diversity Fox Cities
Mission: To create brave spaces where people can engage in meaningful dialogue, learning and advocacy, celebrating the broad spectrum of diversity and amplifying voices that need to be heard.
Address: 1800 Appleton Road, Menasha 54952
Contact information: celebratediversityfoxcities.com
City of Appleton Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator
Mission: To proactively address issues in the community that affect culturally diverse populations.
Address: 100 N. Appleton St., Appleton 54911
Contact information: appleton.org, Timber Smith, (920) 832-1564
Mission: To bring together people of many faiths to build community and act on issues of injustice: prison reform, immigration, mental health and public transit.
Address: 408½ W. Wisconsin Ave., Appleton 54911
Contact information:esther-foxvalley.org, (920) 843-8083
Fox Valley Communications
Mission: To help all non-English speakers communicate their needs by creating bridges between them and the English-speaking community.
Address: 536 N. Richmond St., Appleton 54911
Contact information: foxvalleycommunications.com, (920) 264-0308
Fox Valley Literacy
Mission: By working to increase education levels, we are empowering individuals to create change in our community.
Address: 130 E. Franklin St., Appleton 54911
Contact information: https://foxvalleylit.org, (920) 991-9840
Fox Valley Technical College Office of Diversity
Address: 1825 N. Bluemound Drive, Appleton 54912
Contact information: fvtc.edu, Rayon Brown, (920) 735-4825
Hmong-American Partnership Fox Valley
Mission: To provide opportunity, service and partnerships in service, including social services, to help the Fox River Valley`s Hmong and other refugee populations integrate themselves into society`s mainstream and reach their full potential.
Address: 2198 S. Memorial Dr., Appleton 54915
Contact information: hapfv.org, (920) 739-3192
Imagine Fox Cities
Mission: To be intentional about shaping the future of the Fox Cities when it comes to well-being.
Contact information: imaginefoxcities.com
IndUS of Fox Valley
Mission: Promoting Indo-American friendship and goodwill by serving the community through social, cultural, educational and charitable activities.
Address: 3000 E. Apple Hill Blvd., Appleton 54913
Contact information: indusfoxvalley.org
Lawrence University Office of Diversity & Inclusion
Address: 711 E. Boldt Way, Appleton 54911
Contact information:lawrence.edu, Eric Mayes, (920) 832-7451
Northeast Wisconsin Hmong Professionals
Mission: Creating spaces that engage, empower, and elevate Hmong professionals in Northeast Wisconsin through progressive opportunities in networking, mentoring and leadership.
Contact information: newhmongprofessionals.org, (920) 944-6603
People of Progression
Mission: To intentionally build supports around marginalized African Americans in our community.
Address: 203 N. Richmond St., Appleton 54911
Contact information:peopleofprogression.com, (920) 288-2842
Stronger Together Fox Valley
Mission: To strengthen our capacity to engage as citizens for the common good.
Contact information: wisconsinpartners.org/stronger-together-fox-valley
Umoja: A Black Heritage Experience
Mission: To empower transracial families to raise children that will have a positive black identity, be able to talk about race in an honest and open way, feel comfortable in all different cultures and handle basic skin and hair care.
Contact information:umojabhe.com, (920) 373-0192
United Hmong American Association
Mission: To empower any Hmong youth to become a successful, contributing member of their community.
Address: P.O. Box 1996, Appleton 54912
Contact information: uhaa.org, (920) 809-2334
United Way Fox Cities
Mission: To improve lives by bringing diverse people together to build a stronger, more caring community for everyone.
Address: 1455 Midway Road, Menasha 54952
Contact information: unitedwayfoxcities.org, (920) 954-7210
World Relief - Fox Valley Refugee Resettlement Agency
Mission: Empowering the local church to serve the most vulnerable.
Address: 510 E. Wisconsin Ave., Appleton 54911
Contact information:worldrelieffoxvalley.org, (920) 231-3600
Hmong Service Center
Address: 726 N. Main St., Oshkosh 54901
Contact information: facebook.com/OshkoshHmongServiceCenterInc, (920) 385-7656
Oshkosh Diversity Council
Mission: To promote communication, engagement and understanding about and among the diverse populations of our community.
Contact information: facebook.com/Oshkosh-Diversity-13681972635035
Oshkosh Area United Way
Mission: To improve lives by using people and resources to create innovative solutions to local needs.
Address: 21 W. New York Ave., Oshkosh 54901
Contact information: oshkoshunitedway.org, (920) 235-8560
United Migrant Opportunity Services
Mission: To provide programs and services which improve the employment, educational, health and housing opportunities of under-served populations.
Address: 2701 S. Chase Ave., Milwaukee 53207, with offices at 1808 Eastern Ave., Plymouth 53073, and 300 S. Koeller St., Suite E, Oshkosh 54902.
Contact information:umos.org, (414) 389-6000 in Milwaukee, (920) 892-8245 in Plymouth and (920) 232-9611 in Oshkosh.
University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Address: 800 Algoma Blvd., Oshkosh 54901
Contact information: uwosh.edu, (920) 424-1234
Winnebago Area Literacy Council
Mission: To strengthen our diverse community by developing and delivering free learner-centered literacy programs for adults and their families.
Address: Oshkosh Public Library, 106 Washington Ave., Oshkosh 54901
Contact information: winlit.org, (920) 236-5185
FOND DU LAC
Mission: To impact and improve the Fond du Lac community and surrounding areas through unified efforts that educate and enhance the African American culture.
Address: P.O. Box 1902, Fond du Lac 54935
Contact information: ebonyvisionfdl.org, (920) 744-5169
Fond du Lac Area United Way
Mission: To unite individuals and organizations in teamwork that fosters the health, education and financial stability of our community.
Address: 74 S. Main St., Suite 201, Fond du Lac 54935
Contact information: fdlunitedway.org, (920) 921-7010
Fond du Lac Adult Literacy Services
Mission: To develop local adults` reading, writing, speaking and math skills.
Address: Fond du Lac Public Library, 32 Sheboygan St., Fond du Lac 54935
Contact information: fdlpl.org/FDLliteracy, (920) 322-3932
The Humanity Project of FDL: Telling the Untold Story
Mission: To educate our community about the untold history of racism in our country and the effect on people and current events, and to call us to open hearts and minds to work for racial equity and justice.
Contact information: facebook.com/groups/humanityprojectfdl
Latinos Unidos en Fond du Lac
Mission: To connect, educate, inform and empower Latinos in the Fond du Lac area.
Contact information: Latinos Unidos en Fond du Lac on Facebook
United for Diversity
Mission: To promote unity and understanding, embracing and celebrating differences among all people in the Fond du Lac community.
Address: P.O. Box 263, Fond du Lac 54936
Contact information: unitedfordiversity.org
Black-American Community Outreach Organization
Mission: To empower those involved to bridge the racial divide, distinguish the myths about Black Americans and create dialogue and discussion around diversity, equity and inclusion for the Black-American members of the Sheboygan area community.
Contact information: blackamericancommunityoutreach.org
Hmong Mutual Assistance Association
Mission: To promote a spirit of loving friendship, cooperation and benevolence among the Hmong community of Sheboygan.
Address: 2304 Superior Ave., Sheboygan 53081
Contact information: facebook.com/Sheboyganhmaa, (920) 458-0808
Lakeland University Ulrich Center for Faith, Ethics & Justice
Mission: Home to Lakeland’s diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging initiatives, it provides leadership, support and inspiration to the Lakeland and Sheboygan County communities.
Contact information: lakeland.edu/ulrich-center, (920) 565-1000
Mission: To help adults who want to read, write, and speak English better so they can achieve their goals for work, education, family life and community involvement.
Address: Family Resource Center of Sheboygan County, 1500 Douglas Drive, Suite B
Contact information: familyresourcesheboygan.org/literacy-council-program, (920) 892-6706
Mission: A diverse group of community activists committed to an equitable and inclusive Sheboygan.
Contact information: facebook.com/SheboyganDEIB
United Way of Sheboygan County
Mission: To create long-lasting changes by addressing the underlying causes of problems.
Address: 2020 Erie Ave., Sheboygan 53081
Contact information: uwofsc.org, (920) 458-3425
Crusaders of Justicia
Mission: To mobilize exploited families and their allies to fight for justice.
Address: 1523 Washington St., Manitowoc 54220
Contact information: crusadersofjusticia.org, (920) 320-9283
Lakeshore`s United Visionaries
Mission: Bringing unity in our community through education, understanding and love.
Address: P.O. Box 456, Manitowoc 54221
Contact information: lakeshoresunitedvisionaries.org
Mi Pueblo Hispanic Community Center
Mission: Empowering Hispanic families becoming integrated in the community and improving quality of life by creating and implementing programs of education, health and job opportunities, and facilitating access to existing community resources.
Address: 818 Washington St., Suite 104, Manitowoc 54220
Contact information: mi-pueblo-hcc.business.site, (920) 717-0706
One-to-One Adult Literacy Partners
Mission: To help adults in Manitowoc County develop and enhance their skills in reading, writing, comprehending, and speaking English.
Address: Manitowoc Public Library, 707 Quay St., Manitowoc 54220
Contact information: manitowoclibrary.org, (920) 686-3026
United Way Manitowoc County
Mission: To improve lives by mobilizing the caring power of communities throughout Manitowoc County.
Address: 21 E. Waldo Blvd., Sheboygan 54220
Contact information: unitedwaymanitowoccounty.org, (920) 682-8888
African American Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin
Mission: Providing access to capital, education and advocacy through capacity building and strategic partnerships.
Address: 1920 N. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Milwaukee 53212
Contact information: aaccwi.org, (414) 462-9450
American Indian Chamber of Commerce of Wisconsin
Mission: To promote economic development in Wisconsin Indian Country through directed service delivery to American Indian entrepreneurs.
Address: 10710 W. Scharles Ave., Hales Corners 53130
Contact information: aiccw-facc.org, (414) 604-2044
Hmong Wisconsin Chamber of Commerce
Mission: Empowering Asian and underserved business communities
Addresses: 5421 N. 118th Court, Milwaukee 53225, and 1109 N. Sixth St., Wausau 54403
Contact information: hmongchamber.org, (414) 645-8828 in Milwaukee, (715) 298-6071 in Wausau
Wisconsin Indian Business Alliance
Mission: To expand Native economic development in Wisconsin by strengthening individuals, families, communities and Native-owned businesses.
Address: Offices in Hales Corners, Black River Falls, Keshena, Lac du Flambeau
Contact information: wiedc.org, (715) 437-0465...more
Compiled by Larry Gallup at (920) 996-7216 or email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @LarryGallup.
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