Diverse & Resilient

Diverse & Resilient At Diverse & Resilient, we see a future in which lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer people in Wisconsin thrive, living healthy, satisfying lives in safe, supportive communities.
Our name serves as reminder that LGBTQ people are everywhere, engage in interesting and meaningful lives, and contribute to the welfare of each other and the broader community.
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Diverse & Resilient was founded by Gary Hollander in 1995 as a program to build the capacity of LGBT groups in Wisconsin. We have grown to be an independent nonprofit agency that employs 19 staff and serves over 5,000 LGBT people every year. We do both capacity-building and direct-service work to address the health disparities experienced by LGBT people in Wisconsin. Our work is focused on six priority areas: Acceptance, Cultivating Leaders, Mental Health, Sexual Health, Partner & Community Violence, and Substance Use.

Mission: Our mission is to achieve health equity and improve the safety and well-being of LGBTQ people and communities in Wisconsin.

Update from Attorney James Santelle: It appears that the US Supreme Court is releasing today only one opinion on a proce...
06/08/2020

Update from Attorney James Santelle:
It appears that the US Supreme Court is releasing today only one opinion on a procedural topic related to the rights of prisoners to pursue claims; the other decisions, including the three impacting employment rights of our LGBTQ community, will not be issued today.

Since SCOTUS has nearly 20 more decisions to issue (all presumably in the next 20 days or so), the Court MIGHT release rulings on Wednesdays or Thursdays—in addition to Mondays—in the remaining weeks of June.

Stay tuned to our page for an updated online event that will begin at 7 p.m. the night of the ruling via FB live/Zoom with former US Attorney James Santelle and Diverse & Resilient's director of Anti-Violence Programs Kathy Flores.

Fox Cities area, get your kitty cookies again at Pawfee Shop Cate Cafe! We are grateful for fundraisers especially when ...
06/08/2020

Fox Cities area, get your kitty cookies again at Pawfee Shop Cate Cafe! We are grateful for fundraisers especially when they are this darn cute!

Happy Pride Month! Proceeds from our rainbow kitty cookies (coming TOMORROW) will benefit Diverse & Resilient. 🌈 🥰 Stay tuned for the release of our #BLM cookies benefitting We All Rise African American Resource Center.✊🏼#community

#BlackLivesMatter #BlackWomenMatter#BlackTransLivesMatter#BlackQueerLivesMatterQTBIPOC herstory.
06/08/2020

#BlackLivesMatter
#BlackWomenMatter
#BlackTransLivesMatter
#BlackQueerLivesMatter
QTBIPOC herstory.

"It is about the cumulative effect of all of these things dating back to Emmett Till. Dating back to the 20s, the 30s, w...
06/08/2020
Before You Check In On Your Black Friend, Read This

"It is about the cumulative effect of all of these things dating back to Emmett Till. Dating back to the 20s, the 30s, when the NAACP would hang banners that say, 'A man was lynched today'. That's what it is. We have to be knowledgeable, somewhat, about that history too so we don't make a misstep of going to a person and assuming it's just about the last four weeks. It's about so much more than that."

One thing white and non-POC allies can do right now — among a plethora of others — is to check in on their Black friends and their Black coworkers. But there is a right and wrong way to do so.

06/07/2020
March with PRIDE for #BlackLivesMatters Opening ceremony!

For those who could not be there, here are the words of:
Montell Ross - Event Organizer and local entertainer
Chris Walton - Chair of Democratic Party of Milwaukee County and candidate for State Assembly District 17
Elle Halo - D&R Board Member and Trans Activist
Lex Allen - Local LGBTQ singer songwriter

Thank you to everyone who made this event possible. It was truly beautiful to witness.

#BlackLivesMatter
#BlackQueerLivesMatter
#BlackTransLivesMatter #BlackGenderNonconformingLivesMatter
#BlackNonbinaryLivesMatter
#ALLBlackLivesMatter

D&R here at the March with PRIDE for #BLACKLIVESMATTER Great job Montell Ross, event organizer, your passion was clear a...
06/07/2020

D&R here at the March with PRIDE for #BLACKLIVESMATTER Great job Montell Ross, event organizer, your passion was clear and the community stands with you.
#BlackLivesMatter
#BlackQueerLivesMatter
#BlackTransLivesMatter #BlackGenderNonconformingLivesMatter
#BlackNonbinaryLivesMatter
#ALLBlackLivesMatter

D&R board member and community activist Elle Halo speaking at today's March with PRIDE for #BLACKLIVESMATTER!
06/07/2020

D&R board member and community activist Elle Halo speaking at today's March with PRIDE for #BLACKLIVESMATTER!

#BlackLivesMatter at Diverse and Resilient. Attending the March with PRIDE for #BLACKLIVESMATTER in Milwaukee.
06/07/2020

#BlackLivesMatter at Diverse and Resilient.
Attending the March with PRIDE for #BLACKLIVESMATTER in Milwaukee.

Milwaukee: we will be out at today's March with PRIDE for Black Lives Matter. See you there!
06/07/2020

Milwaukee: we will be out at today's March with PRIDE for Black Lives Matter. See you there!

D&R staff Jamal Keyon Perry will be disussing his journey with PrEP and services offered through Intersectionality Among...
06/06/2020

D&R staff Jamal Keyon Perry will be disussing his journey with PrEP and services offered through Intersectionality Among Men. Tune in Monday June 8th at 4pm!

We have a special livestream event planned for Monday, June 8. Rachel Piette, PrEP Navigator, will be interviewing Jamal Perry, Program Coordinator for Intersectionality Among Men (IAM) at Diverse & Resilient

Jamal will be discussing his PrEP journey and sharing more information about the services offered through IAM.

Tune in Monday at 4pm CDT to join the conversation!

Thank you, Lt. Governor Barnes!
06/05/2020

Thank you, Lt. Governor Barnes!

Today, for the second time in Wisconsin history, Governor Tony Evers ordered the Rainbow Pride flag to be flown above the State Capitol in celebration of the diversity and resiliency of the LGBTQ community.

During this month, we honor those LGBTQ individuals we have lost to hatred, violence, and fear, particularly Black transgender people, like Tony McDade, and other transgender people of color.

This year, especially, we are reminded that Pride Month commemorates a time of protest against oppression and injustice—a time that is not disconnected from our current moment. And although we have made significant strides forward, the fight for LGBTQ rights and recognition continues on in concert with our ongoing fights for racial equity and justice.

As Lieutenant Governor, I will always stand with and for LGBTQ people, particularly LGBTQ people of color, and work to create a state that is equitable and inclusive for everyone, regardless of what they look like or who they love. #PrideMonth

Intersectionality Among MenA virtual townhall discussion centering QTBIPOC voices.
06/05/2020

Intersectionality Among Men
A virtual townhall discussion centering QTBIPOC voices.

‼️Intersectionality Among Men Presents...‼️


🔵🟣ONE. VOICE. ONE. SOUND. 🔵🟣
A virtual townhall discussion centering LGBTQ People of Color’s Response to Safety and Health.

As we are living in unpredictable times, together we lean on each other for support, comfort, information, and resources.

Join us as we have a virtual town hall panel discussion tackling Criminal Justice Reform and best health practices in response to Covid-19. We have some of Wisconsin’s most vocal leaders:
Ricardo W. Harris
Montell Ross
Cameron Maliki
And Diverse and Resilient’s own
Kathy Flores

LETS CONNECT.. LETS ENGAGE... LETS MOVE FORWARD

*See ya June 11th at 7pm. Zoom credentials will be posted at a later time*

Here is the George Floyd memorial folx were working on yesterday at Holton and North, just south of D&R in Milwaukee.  W...
06/05/2020

Here is the George Floyd memorial folx were working on yesterday at Holton and North, just south of D&R in Milwaukee. Well done.

Join us on Monday, June 8th for our next Grown-Ups meeting, our Men’s Empowerment and Support Group for PLWH led by loca...
06/05/2020

Join us on Monday, June 8th for our next Grown-Ups meeting, our Men’s Empowerment and Support Group for PLWH led by local community leaders.

Meeting ID: 869 3794 1774

If you have any questions, feel free to call, text or inbox:
Ronnie Grace, D&R Lead Peer Navigator, 414-335-7550
Corey Clark, D&R Peer Navigator, 414-323-9239

🚨🚨CONFIDENTIALITY REQUIRED🚨🚨

Art as resistance and community healing in Milwaukee, just down the street from D&R.#BlackLivesMatter #GeorgeFloyd
06/04/2020

Art as resistance and community healing in Milwaukee, just down the street from D&R.
#BlackLivesMatter #GeorgeFloyd

At Diverse and Resilient: We serve this community. We are this community. And we will stand with this community. We grie...
06/04/2020

At Diverse and Resilient: We serve this community. We are this community. And we will stand with this community. We grieve the recent murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Tony McDade, Ahmaud Arbery, and David McAttee. Yet, this is only one list of public violent acts caused by police officers, racism, and the institutions that uphold white supremacy.

Our pain isn’t felt only because of these lives lost but because we recognize the consistent fear and racial trauma Black people feel through historical systematic injustice. That is why we support the demands and efforts by African-American Civic Engagement Roundtable and Leadership Igniting Transformation, along with the many other Black, Indigenous, and POC led organizations.

Our staff is organizing to supply resources to protesters, clean the streets, offer relief funds, and continue to provide support as it is needed. Our streets should not be militarized and we call for immediate action to end the presence of the national guard, tear gas, and excessive arming of the police. Redistribute funding back into the community that is currently being oppressed, rather than continue suppression. Community effort and safety is of the utmost importance.

This is why we are asking our partners and friends to join us in this outcry. June is a revolutionary month for the LGBTQ community because Black queer and trans people fought for it.

Now is the time to listen to Black and Brown leaders and protest.

Call Governor Tony Evers, Mayor Tom Barrett, and County Executive David Crowley to demand real change. Along with providing funds to Black led organizations and businesses, mutual aids, and bail funds.

Let this not be a time of complacency and ignoring the racism throughout Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and this nation. Our staff will continue the work this community deserves while also taking needed mental health days. Our Black community needs space to rest, cry, reflect, and heal through this frustration. Staying alive and staying whole is a form of protest. All white people need to educate themselves and others around them. Everyone across the world is joining in this fight, not because of one horrific instance in Minnesota, but because all Black people have stories like these.

Community Resources:
D&R: https://www.diverseandresilient.org/
LIT: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1HHJ5jrocp0-d5Oo_qNOy8EXHl87Ucm6g/view?fbclid=IwAR0Ut3TLJNRKBTrE4qRc09s3xUrIW7tO1CkL9NO-7yv5y98UsMLziVpBGfo
African-American Civic Round-table: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/link/track?uri=urn%3Aaaid%3Ascds%3AUS%3A2eb53acf-b9a3-415e-9ed1-f4d1aa245a23#pageNum=1
M4BL: https://m4bl.org/week-of-action/
Anti-Racism Resources: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1BRlF2_zhNe86SGgHa6-VlBO-QgirITwCTugSfKie5Fs/preview?pru=AAABcnX07hc*Pm8gUUGqTq4TxCwAWKNadg&fbclid=IwAR0Oxi1lrw4z9Cl-niLufrfLID6K7rsTqfL7CCB9-dBOvfPLq5qs1_YLhzE
Nonprofit White Moderate: https://nonprofitaf.com/2020/06/have-nonprofit-and-philanthropy-become-the-white-moderate-that-dr-king-warned-us-about/?fbclid=IwAR0LX4SEHVwVwbAdwnzdMywQSFRcawQ8ppdh-NmV02NnXD2QjvBn-HTPyjk
Nonprofit Path to Racial Justice: https://nonprofitquarterly.org/a-nonprofit-path-to-racial-justice-linking-policy-to-moral-leadership/
MKE Black Owned Businesses: https://mkeblack.org/
Milwaukee Community Leaders: https://www.wpr.org/community-leaders-milwaukee-outline-what-change-protesters-want?fbclid=IwAR1AtzUBJh1CsuyzcxOAh41cGO1-plKlAUOZcWPDKD0GpHyvJqQbAmilfuE

"Your black employees are exhausted.Your black employees are scared.Your black employees are crying in between meetings....
06/04/2020
Maintaining Professionalism In The Age of Black Death Is….A Lot

"Your black employees are exhausted.
Your black employees are scared.
Your black employees are crying in between meetings.
Your black employees have mentally checked out.
Your black employees are putting on a performance.
Forgive us if our work isn’t up to par, we just saw a lynching. Pardon us if we’re quiet in the Zoom."

I just witnessed the lynching of a black man, but don’t worry Ted, I’ll have those deliverables to you end of day.

On Saturday HRC and Diverse & Resilient are teaming up for a Queer Caffeine. While it will be the usual casual get-toget...
06/03/2020
Queer Caffeine with HRC and Diverse & Resilient · HRC in Wisconsin

On Saturday HRC and Diverse & Resilient are teaming up for a Queer Caffeine. While it will be the usual casual get-together, we will intentionally be creating space for Black and other folks of color to talk and grieve. For white folks, we will be talking about how we can be effective allies and amplifiers.

All are welcome, although we do ask members of law enforcement to sit this one out.

Join the Human Rights Campaign and Diverse & Resilient for community and conversation. While this event is casual and social, we will create space to talk about racism, police violence, and how the LGBTQ and racial justice movements can work in solidarity. Held virtually via Zoom. Register to be ema...

Protesters in Appleton and Milwaukee, Diverse and Resilient staff will be out handing out hand sanitizer, masks, Advil, ...
06/03/2020

Protesters in Appleton and Milwaukee, Diverse and Resilient staff will be out handing out hand sanitizer, masks, Advil, snacks, bandanas, etc. If you see these bags or shirts, masked staff can get you supplies.
Also, if you experience harm, our anti-violence staff is out to help. Call or text 414-856-5428.
We are here to help.
#BlackLivesMatter

Protesters in Appleton and Milwaukee, Diverse and Resilient staff will be out handing out hand sanitizer, masks, Advil, snacks, bandanas, etc. If you see these bags or shirts, masked staff can get you supplies.
Also, if you experience harm, our anti-violence staff is out to help. Call or text 414-856-5428.
We are here to help.
#BlackLivesMatter

Delanie Ray Massey passed away from complications of diabetes on May 23. Many in the Fox Valley knew and loved her.This ...
06/03/2020

Delanie Ray Massey passed away from complications of diabetes on May 23. Many in the Fox Valley knew and loved her.
This pic was taken by Kathy Flores at a Mile of Music event in 2017. Kathy says, "Delanie took my breath away with her raw authenticity and vulnerability. She was a gentle, kind soul and the world is a sadder place without her. Rest in Power, my sister."
Our hearts are with her family and all who loved her.
Her obituary is in the comments.

#BlackLivesMatter #Solidarity If you need an advocate statewide for any harm being caused to you, call or text us at 414...
06/02/2020

#BlackLivesMatter
#Solidarity
If you need an advocate statewide for any harm being caused to you, call or text us at 414-856-5428

#BlackLivesMatter
#Solidarity
If you need an advocate statewide for any harm being caused to you, call or text us at 414-856-5428

D&R Peer Navigator Manager Justin Roby got caught doing some good work cleaning up neighborhoods in Milwaukee yesterday ...
06/01/2020

D&R Peer Navigator Manager Justin Roby got caught doing some good work cleaning up neighborhoods in Milwaukee yesterday and today. If you are interested in helping with other clean up efforts later today, you can email Justin at [email protected]. Justin also volunteers with Heal The Hood MKE.
Photo credit Urban Milwaukee

The United States Supreme Court released five opinions/decisions this morning—NOT including the two rulings on the appli...
06/01/2020

The United States Supreme Court released five opinions/decisions this morning—NOT including the two rulings on the applicability of federal anti-discrimination in employment laws for our LGBTQ community.

We *think* these two decisions will be released in one week from today on June 8 or at the latest June 15.

We will schedule a Zoom/Live FB event for that evening to discuss.

UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT DECISION DEBRIEF
with US Attorney Jim Santelle
The United States Supreme Court will be issuing critical rulings about LGBTQ civil and employment rights sometime between June 8 to June 26.

Diverse & Resilient will host a Zoom call with former United States Attorney Jim Santelle to lead a discussion about what this means for all of us. This will likely happen the day of the ruling around 7 p.m. that evening.

Register for day-of by emailing [email protected]
or watching our FB and Insta pages.

We are so grateful to Shelley's Cookies in Appleton!Please order your PRIDE cookies from Shelley to support LGBTQ youth ...
05/31/2020

We are so grateful to Shelley's Cookies in Appleton!
Please order your PRIDE cookies from Shelley to support LGBTQ youth in Appleton!
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June Cookies for a Cause!

Diverse & Resilient is starting new LGBTQ youth/young adult programming in June in Appleton, as part of the Room to Be Safe Anti-Violence Program

10% of all rainbow heart cookie sales will be donated to benefit this new program.

Please see ordering details in the comments.

June 1 marks the beginning of Pride Month. Let us not forget the origins of these modern day Pride celebrations/marches....
05/31/2020

June 1 marks the beginning of Pride Month. Let us not forget the origins of these modern day Pride celebrations/marches. Pride started as a push back against police violence led by Queer and Trans Black, Latinix, Indigenous and other People of Color
The first Pride "parade" occurred in June of 1970, and it wasn’t like the fabulous, rainbow-filled Pride that we are used to seeing today. This Pride parade commemorated the one-year anniversary of the Stonewall Riots that occurred in New York City. The Stonewall Inn Riots occurred on June 28, 1969 and consisted of many police raids of the Inn.

Someone stopped to add a sign to our Milwaukee office! We love it! #BlackLivesMatter
05/29/2020

Someone stopped to add a sign to our Milwaukee office! We love it! #BlackLivesMatter

We noticed your lovely sign and stopped for a couple of photos on our way home from the protest today. ❤️

EXCITING NEWS!We are thrilled to announce that Diverse & Resilient has hired Reiko Ramos (they/them pronouns) as our new...
05/29/2020

EXCITING NEWS!
We are thrilled to announce that Diverse & Resilient has hired Reiko Ramos (they/them pronouns) as our new Youth/Young Adult Advocate for the Room to Be Safe Anti-Violence Program located in Appleton. Reiko was the Program Coordinator for the LGBT Partnership at Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin, is a board member of Rainbow over Wisconsin and is a graduate of Lawrence University. We are thrilled that Reiko is joining our team of anti-violence advocates working with youth and young adults.

We will be starting LGBTQ youth/young adult programming in June in our Appleton office. Goodwill Industries of North Central Wisconsin hosted the LGBT Partnership programming and youth group for the last two decades. Unfortunately, because of the COVID-19 pandemic and revenue shortage, they made the difficult decision to cut funding to this vital program. D&R immediately partnered with funders to try and secure funding for the remainder of 2020. Thankfully, with a grant made possible from the COVID-19 Community Response Fund established by the Community Foundation for the Fox Valley Region and United Way Fox Cities, some current funding, and additional generous donations from the community, we were able to fund this life-saving program in the Fox Cities for the remainder of this year. We will be seeking grants and doing fundraising to sustain this programming for 2021 and beyond! Stay tuned as we release more information about our plans to serve more LGBTQ youth in NE Wisconsin!

Address

2439 N Holton St.
Milwaukee, WI
53212

On the #15 bus with stops at Meinecke & Wright. 1.5 blocks north of the #21 bus stop at North & Holton. 2.5 blocks south of the #22 bus stop at Center & Holton

Opening Hours

Monday 09:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 09:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 09:00 - 17:00
Thursday 09:00 - 17:00
Friday 09:00 - 17:00

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(414) 390-0444

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Diverse & Resilient was founded by Gary Hollander in 1995 as a program to build the capacity of LGBTQ groups in Wisconsin. We have grown to be an independent nonprofit agency that employs 19 staff and serves over 5,000 LGBTQ people every year. We do both capacity-building and direct-service work to address the health disparities experienced by LGBTQ people in Wisconsin. Our work is focused on six priority areas: Acceptance, Cultivating Leaders, Mental Health, Sexual Health, Partner & Community Violence, and Substance Use.

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We noticed your lovely sign and stopped for a couple of photos on our way home from the protest today. ❤️
We're all trying to do the right thing these days out of an abundance of caution. The teen interns at ArtWorks for Milwaukee are also trying to celebrate the abundance of creativity, expression, and need for community connections that we all have within us. Find out about Abundance MKE and one of our internships' LGBTQ+ photography project at artworksformilwaukee.org/lgbtq-photography. We hope you'll share YOUR photos!
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Hello, I serve as a member of the Aging and Disabilities Resource Center Governing Board, which consists of 17 members who represent residents of Milwaukee County who are aging, or live with a physical, developmental, and/or emotional disability, or the members of their families or service providers who support them. The terms for a number of the members on the current ARDC Governing Board end between April and August 2020, and I am one of the members helping to recruit new members to serve on this Governing Board. Aging and Disability Resource Centers (ADRC’s) provide information and assistance for older adults, people with disabilities 18 and older, and their caregivers. Services provided include: determining eligibility for publicly funded long term care services, information about related services and referrals for assistance. The purpose of the ADRC is to support older adults and people with disabilities (ages 18-59) to live safely and independently in the community. The ADRC Governing Board is composed of people who have experience as an older adult, living with a disability, and/or being a caregiver for a person who is elderly, or lives with a physical, medical, emotional, and/or mental disability. The governing board members have three main roles: 1. To serve as an advocate for older adults, adults with physical or intellectual disabilities, and their caregivers. 2. To provide strategic direction to ensure fidelity to the ADRC mission. 3. To act as an ambassador for the ADRC. As an ADRC Governing Board member, you can expect to: 1. Attend business meetings six times per year. 2. Participate in listening sessions and meetings with collaborative partners on occasion. 3. Connect with other people who are committed to supporting older adults, adults with disabilities and their caregivers. Please see the Application Form, if you have an interest in serving on this Governing Board, or know someone who you think would welcome the opportunity to serve on this Governing Board. More information can be found at: https://county.milwaukee.gov/EN/DHHS/DSD#adrc Being appointed to a Milwaukee County board or commission is a process that begins with the County Executive’s Office. To find out more call 414-278-4211 or submit a request for information here. (Visit county.milwaukee.gov and follow the buttons to County Executive, Work With Us.) Please share with your family, friends, neighbors, colleagues. Peace, Jacqueline Haessly
Looking for LGBTQ+ Milwaukeeans for an ArtWorks for Milwaukee photography exhibit at the Milwaukee LGBT Community Center this spring!
Hi! Does D and R need volunteers in Appleton? My daughter was a receptionist @ LGBTQ Outreach in Madison for 3 years, has moved back and is looking for ways to help up here.
Hello! I wanted to let you know of an upcoming event at the Appleton Public Library that may be of interest to you. On Saturday, Nov. 2nd at 2 pm the library will welcome author R. Richard Wagner as he discusses the history of gays in Wisconsin from 1895 to 1969. Mr. Wagner is the author of the book We've Been Here All Along, which is the first in a two-part volume on the history of gays in the state. I hope you will join us. Please spread the word about this great event!
Hello, everyone! I am a Director with the Fund For Equality. I run a campaign office in Milwaukee, fighting for LGBTQ+ rights! Many people don't realize that LGBTQ people are still at risk of losing their jobs or being evicted simply for being LGBTQ in 29 states! Right now, we are looking to recruit hard-working, dedicated individuals that are interested in working towards positive social change to help educate the public and mobilize support for the Equality Act! (Read more about the bill at https://www.hrc.org/resources/the-equality-act) There is an immediate vacancy to fill for Assistant Canvass Directors in the Milwaukee office. As an Assistant Director, you'll recruit supporters, raise money and mobilize thousands of people to take action. If you're interested in being the change you want to see in the world, apply now at jobs.fundforequality.org!
really cool tpoc dinner!! hoping there's more to come.
Tonight Wednesday 7/26 The Pathfinders' Drop In will be open from 7pm to 7am for the city's PIT Count. If you are currently without a place to sleep and under the age of 26 come stay with us for the night. We can connect you to long term services and resources. We will have free food, games, and music. Please share