Toward One Wisconsin presenters highlight:
‘Baraboo Gathers, Baraboo Talks, Baraboo Acts’

After a photo of Baraboo High School senior boys appearing to give the Nazi salute went viral in fall 2018, community, civic, business and faith-based groups came together to find ways to heal from this painful event. A series of community talks revealed many in Baraboo do not feel welcome and comfortable.

What happened next? Find out firsthand from Baraboo community members who took steps to ensure all voices are heard at the Track II: Creating Inclusive Communities talk: “Baraboo Gathers, Baraboo Talks, Baraboo Acts.” Just one of over 60 presentations at:

Toward One Wisconsin

A Conference on Building Communities
of Equity and Opportunity

April 28-29, 2020
Radisson Hotel and Conference
Green Bay, WI

Be a part of the state’s premier inclusivity conference, launched in 2019 and which brought together 500 attendees from across the state to address persistent barriers to inclusivity.

Reserve your spot today.

Watch for news next week announcing the 60 presentations from 100-plus speakers detailing inclusivity success stories for these four tracks:

  • Track I: Increasing Opportunities for Inclusion in Wisconsin’s Workforce
  • Track II: Creating Inclusive Communities
  • Track III: Cultivating Equity in Education
  • Track IV: Building Health Equity in Wisconsin

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This week’s articles from the T1W Newsletter:

Autistic School Board Member Pushes for Inclusion, Understanding
600 Communities Join ShabbaT Together Highlighting Inclusion
Oshkosh students learn diversity through ‘Read Your Heart Out’ event
Equity and inclusion champion Roger Pulliam has passed away
Reflections of Ebony preview
Visit Beloit, residents agree to promote diversity in marketing material
UW Student Elena Haasl Looking to Amplify Young Voices on the Dane County Board

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