Daisy Frazier

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We continue to pour ourselves into our community, because it is important to us.  We want to leave this world better than we found it, for our children:

In March 11, 2021
FDL County Residents who have received at least one dose: 19.6%

Percent of American Indian residents: 2.8
Percent Asian residents: 4.8

 Percent of Black residents: 3.1

Percent of White residents: 18.5

Percent of Hispanic residents: 5.0

  Percent of Non-Hispanic residents: 19.3​​

​THERE COMES A TIME IN LIFE, WHEN YOU JUST HAVE TO STAND!

Mentor Programs

JUNETEENTH

Buttermilk Park

Saturday June 19, 2021


​COVID-19 is an important issue.  Ebony Vision has been collaborating with United Way, FDL Health Dept., Latino Unidos and SSM Health.  Throughout Fond du Lac on various digital billboards we have been encouraging people of color to get the shot.  There are also popup tents that are making it easier to get the shot.



BLACK HISTORY IS AMERICAN HISTORY!

Hiram Rabadan

  • Men of Vision 
  • ​In School Mentoring

        

The Vision: We are dedicated...

The Mission: To impact and improve...

Meeting Dates: Normally the 3rd Monday...

WORKING TOGETHER TO FOSTER A MORE INCLUSIVE COMMUNITY.

...serving to tell

Antonio Godfrey  

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The end of June, 2021
FDL County Residents who have “completed their dosage”: 42.2% (43,847)

Percent of American Indian residents: 16.4%
Percent Asian residents: 29.3%
Percent of Black residents: 15.2%
Percent of White residents: 40.2%
Percent of Hispanic residents: 29.2%
Percent of Non-Hispanic residents: 41.1%
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