“How to get support when a racist incident has happened in your community” by CERN

Greendale Safer Schools Report (Anonymous Reporting System): If you have been the victim of, or witnessed, a racial bias incident or another form of discrimination or harassment, contact village officials, school administrators and/or use the reporting form to contact the schools. We also invite you to reach out to us so we can help support you.

How to Lodge a discrimination complaint through the state of Wisconsin: Discrimination is defined as any action, policy or practice which is detrimental to a person or group of persons, or which limits or denies them opportunities, privileges, roles or rewards based, in whole or in part, on a protected class status; this includes bias, stereotyping, and harassment. (PI 9.02 (5) Wis. Admin. Code)

Bystander Trainings by Hollaback!  Hollaback! provides free training on how to respond to, intervene in, and heal from harassment.


Chanese 4 Justice

PASE (Parents & Allies Supporting Equity)

SURJ MKE (Showing Up for Racial Justice)

CERN (Communities Ending Racism Now)

MMFHC (Milwaukee Metropolitan Fair Housing Council)