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8.18.22

LeadDIVERSITY Cohort 4 Meet & Greet

9:00am – 11:00am | KANEKO

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Through our powerful human relations work, we are providing education and advocacy related to the topics of diversity and inclusion.

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ACTion Services are our suite of programs available for businesses, educational institutions, nonprofits, community and faith groups. Programming ranges anywhere from one-hour workshops to year-long packages with varying pricing options. We are committed to partnering with you to meet your goals whether it’s building community amongst employees or promoting a culture that is more inclusive for the benefits of the people you serve. 

We also offer free community programming through our various Table Talk series where we create space for dialogues that amplify marginalized topics and minoritized voices and bring them into the mainstream.

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Inclusive Communities is a human relations organization confronting prejudice, bigotry and discrimination through educational programs that raise awareness, foster leadership and encourage advocacy for a just and inclusive society.

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On this International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples, we shared space with and learned from four wonderful people indigenous to the land we currently stand on, how to appreciate their culture and heritage without appropriating them. Thank you, Grace Johnson, Jordan Zendejas, Christina Running Hawk Ellison, and Echohawk Lefthand. See MoreSee Less
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Tomorrow, we Table Talk! Join us for an afternoon conversation on How to Celebrate Native & Indigenous Cultures without Appropriating.The event will be a mix of virtual and in-person, via Zoom and the Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center in room 201, at 11:30 a.m.Register at tinyurl.com/y25yx478 See MoreSee Less
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On July 22nd, we hosted our annual Humanitarian Brunch. Nancy Williams, Executive Director of No More Empty Pots, received our Humanitarian of the Year Award. To learn more about Nancy's impact on the community, visit www.inclusive-communities.org/brunch/ See MoreSee Less
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On July 22nd, we hosted our annual Humanitarian Brunch. Pamela Duncan received our Otto Swanson Partner of the Year Award. To learn more about Pamela's impact on the community, visit www.inclusive-communities.org/brunch/ See MoreSee Less
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Let's meet our moderator for our Tuesday Table Talk!Mr. Echohawk Lefthand (Diné) is the current Director for the Title VI Indian Education program for Omaha Public Schools. He is an experienced Indian education supervisor and health program manager with a demonstrated history of working in K-12 education and health care organizations. He has a master's degree in public health focused on health promotion from the University of Nebraska Medical Center.Join us on August 9, from 11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. either virtual or in-person at the CEC RM 201 for our Native + Indigenous Table Talk: How to Celebrate Native & Indigenous Cultures without Appropriating. Register at tinyurl.com/y25yx478 See MoreSee Less
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