After a year that brought both a global pandemic and an uprising for racial justice, the question we face is not how we rebuild Milwaukee—but how we build a better Milwaukee. A Milwaukee for all.

But there’s a fault line running through every system we live with today: racism. It’s more than just the disparities and segregation we all know too well. Its many legacies and effects represent the greatest threat to our future as a region.

No one can take on a challenge like this alone: no individual, no institution, no neighborhood. It will take all of us — and the Greater Milwaukee Foundation is how Milwaukee works together.

strategic-vision.jpgLearn more about our strategic vision to help build a better Milwaukee. 

resourcebutton.jpgVisit our resource page for ideas on how you can learn more, invest more and do more to advance equitable economic opportunity in our community.

educational series.jpgCatch our conversation focused on equitable economic opportunity featuring Dr. Andre M. Perry, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution and author of “Know Your Price: Valuing Black Lives and Property in America’s Black Cities.” 

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Visit the A Milwaukee For All resource page for ideas on how you can learn more, invest more and do more to move our community forward.