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United Way of Door County adopts anti-racism statement

You will soon see the United Way of Door County become even more active in its quest to become more inclusive and welcoming. The United Way of Door County Board of Directors announced its adoption of an anti-racism statement on Thursday, recognizing its role in making its community “a place of inclusion and welcome for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) in a community that is overwhelmingly white.” The statement commits the organization to leverage its assets and work with its partners “to co-create solutions so that everyone has the resources, support, opportunities, and networks they need to thrive.” Executive Director Amy Kohnle says the statement is just the first step toward bigger plans in the future.

The United Way of Door County adopted its diversity statement last year and followed it up with participating in equity challenges with other United Ways across the state and contributing $7,775 to the County of Door to support their work in developing a “Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Plan of Action.”

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