Leadership Diversity Inclusion


Our mission-driven programs enhance and develop skills in:

leadership, intergroup understanding, critical thinking, teamwork and conflict resolution, inter-religious and cultural respect & community-building.

Celebrating 80 Years in Omaha


 

Omaha Table Talk

Ageism

Date:
March 12 (6:00-7:30 p.m.)

Location:
Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center
6001 Dodge Street

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

ASL Interpreters are available at most Omaha Table Talks. For more information email info@inclusive-communities.org

 

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Get Involved

Join Our Team!

We’re looking for an energetic, responsible, team-oriented individual to join our team as a Program Partner.

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Volunteer!

Inclusive Communities is always in need of volunteers for Omaha Table Talk, IncluCity Camps and other events.  Click Learn More to complete the Volunteer Application. For questions about volunteering email Tena.

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Upcoming Events

Humanitarian Brunch 2019

Date: 
April 7, 2019, 12:00-2:15pm

Location:
Scott Conference Center, 6450 Pine St.

Join us as we honor and recognize individuals dedicated to making Omaha a more inclusive community, featuring Guest Speaker Vu Le. The Brunch will start at noon with a happy hour, featuring a Bloody Mary and mimosa bar until 1 p.m. A hosted brunch and program will follow immediately afterward.

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE TICKETS!

 

Workplace Wednesday Workshop Series

This four part 90-minute workshop series hosted by Inclusive Communities  is perfect for individuals who are wanting to learn more about diversity and how to be advocates for inclusive work environments. Space is limited to 30 attendees.

Workshop Dates:
March 13, 3-4:30
April 10, 11-12:30
May 15, 3-4:30

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