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The City of Appleton embraces and celebrates diversity and inclusion. It is our hope that community members will see Appleton as a welcoming and inclusive place to live, work and play.
  • The City of Appleton is committed to Diversity and Inclusion efforts within the City of Appleton as an organization and throughout the community.
  • We believe that that supporting Diversity & Inclusion efforts will encourage a shift in attitudes with employees.
  • We want community members to feel welcome and included in all levels of government.
The City of Appleton has a full-time Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator. This position was established in 1997 by the Appleton Police Department to proactively address issues in the community that affected diverse populations. In 2006 it moved to the Mayor's Office and the office is now located in Community & Economic Development. You can contact Kathy Flores by email at kathy.flores@appleton.org or by phone at 920-832-1564 with questions or ideas about diversity and inclusion.

The Diversity & Inclusion Coordinator serves as the City's official Liaison for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. Those seeking help, resources or information on stances we take on public policy at a local, state and federal level may contact this office for more information. We are a member of the WIsconsin LGBT Chamber of Commerce.

City of Appleton Collaborates with New North and The Green Bay Chamber of Commerce on New North Regional Guide: Resources for Multicultural Residents
With more companies embracing the concept of diversity as a way to attract and retain a top work force, the New North Attract, Retain and Develop Talent Committee has collaborated with the Green Bay Area Chamber of Commerce and the City of Appleton to produce the New North Regional Guide: Resources for Multicultural Residents. Find this guide at www.thenewnorth.com/diversity



UPCOMING & ONGOING EVENTS

Juneteenth 2015
You are invited to Appleton’s 6th Annual Juneteenth Celebration on Sunday, June 14, 2015 from Noon - 6:00 p.m. at City Park, 500 E Franklin St Appleton, WI 54911 celebrating freedom, unity and community. Juneteenth marks the official end of slavery in the United States.
On June 19, 1865, the last slaves in Texas were finally told they were free - a full two and half years after Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. This year we celebrate the very special 150th Anniversary year of Juneteenth in this country.
Juneteenth Appleton features educational opportunities, music, dancing, food, retail vendors, non-profit, business and informational booths and the popular Children’s Village. Juneteenth 2015 is brought to you by African Heritage, Inc. in collaboration with the City of Appleton with the support of many area sponsors. For questions, please contact Kathy Flores at 920-832-1564 or visit:
http://www.africanheritageinc.org/

Stone of Hope: Black Experiences in Apppleton" pop-up museum
“Stone of Hope: Black Experiences in Appleton” FREE and Open to the Public

“Stone of Hope: Black Experiences in Appleton” Exhibit is a “pop-up museum” about local Black history from the 1700s to the present. Traveling for two years, the exhibit will visit area schools, churches, libraries, government buildings and community centers. By visiting numerous sites, our goal is to reach a large audience to share this marginalized history and make it part of our collective historical consciousness.

Before 1900, the Fox Cities were home to a growing Black population of Civil War veterans, small business owners and community leaders. The exhibit highlights many of these early families, including rare photographs gathered from collections throughout the United States. Most Black community members left the area by 1920 due to increasing harassment from police, racial exclusion at hotels, racial covenants barring home ownership and minstrelsy advertising and entertainment.

The exhibit also addresses Appleton’s sundown custom and racial exclusion from 1915 to 1961, and how the Fox Cities emerged from this shadow during the Civil Rights Era.
Brought to you by: African Heritage, Inc., Appleton Area School District, Community Foundation of the Fox Valley Region, Fox Communities Credit Union, Jewelers Mutual Fund at the Community Foundation of the Fox Valley Region, The History Museum at the Castle and Wisconsin Humanities Council with special thanks to Nick Hoffman, Sarah Golden, Project Intern, Dr. Bola Delano-Oriaran, Erin Dix, Ron Dunlap, Kathy Flores, David Mueller, Antoinette Powell, Dr. Sabrina Robins

A special thank you to Nick Hoffman from the History Museum at the Castle. He is the lead curator and project leader of “Stone of Hope.” He continues to provide compassion, dedication and respect to the work he does in his tireless quest to provide the stories of those marginalized in our history.
To find out where the exhibit is in upcoming months, visit: http://www.myhistorymuseum.org/a-stone-of-hope.html


Past Event Photo Albums:

Juneteenth 2010

2010 Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

Hmong New Year, December 2009

Contact:  Kathy Flores - Diversity Coordinator
Phone: 920-832-1564
Fax: 920-832-5962
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