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People Advocating For Greendale Equity (PAGE)

Thursday, February 16th from 5-6:30 p.m. at Greendale Community Church
Come and celebrate Black history month with PAGE.
We will have African dancers, poetry, MLK contest winners, food, and more.

PAGE is a group of people of all races, genders, ages, and orientations who have come together to uplift those who are not given a voice in the community and provides resources to those who need support.

How We Got Here

In October 2018, Greendale High School student Chanese Knox verbally defended herself from a racial slur and was suspended. She and her mother protested, which sparked other residents to join with them to form PAGE to work against discrimination in the schools and the village.

Our Vision

We envision a Greendale where everyone belongs and reaches their full potential.

Our Mission

PAGE works to challenge and dismantle racism, ableism, sexism, homophobia, and other forms of injustice in Greendale and its community systems. In particular, we do so by amplifying the voices of those who feel they are not adequately heard or respected.

Make a Difference in Your Community & Join Our Mission

Currently, PAGE is not a non-profit, but we welcome donations to help fund programs, events, trainings and more for our community through our fiscal receiver, Arts Wisconsin, a 501c3 organization registered with the State of Wisconsin and the IRS. Your donation is tax-deductible.