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August 12, 2022

Inclusive Communities Announces New Cohort of LeadDIVERSITY Advocates

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July 25, 2022

KMTV – Inclusive Communities hold award brunch for Omaha community members on Friday

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July 18, 2022

The Reader – Inclusive Communities Humanitarian Brunch awardee highlight (sponsored)

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June 24, 2022

Inclusive Communities Humanitarian Brunch is Back!

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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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APPLICATION DEADLINE EXTENDED! empowerDiversity is now accepting applications through December 15! bit.ly/icua2023 See MoreSee Less
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Are you excited to know what Inclusive Communities has been up to over the past year? Our 2021-2022 annual report is here! We've built out our team, and saw continued expansion across the state, creating and strengthening partnerships as far west as Scottsbluff. Our programming department had some of its best community engagement to date! Read all about it in our latest newsletter by visiting the link in our bio! See MoreSee Less
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Are you excited to know what Inclusive Communities has been up to over the past year? Our 2021-2022 annual report is here! We've built out our team, and saw continued expansion across the state, creating and strengthening partnerships as far west as Scottsbluff. Our programming department had some of its best community engagement to date! Read all about it here: www.inclusive-communities.org/2021-2022-annual-report/ See MoreSee Less
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IncluCity is the heart of our programming here at Inclusive Communities. At IncluCity students examine their own biases and prejudices; discover ways to dismantle stereotypes; build lasting cross-cultural relationships; learn ways to peacefully resolve conflict, and become allies for one another. Previously known as AnyTown, our 4-day residential camp for high school students bring together delegates across varying schools and school districts. It is currently open to students across Nebraska, South Dakota, and western Iowa. Your support today helps us continue to build young leaders intent on forming more inclusive communities and fighting prejudice, bigotry, and discrimination! Support Inclusive Communities today! tinyurl.com/2p9h2c35 See MoreSee Less
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We are a week away from one of our most anticipated Omaha Table Talk's this season, How to Successfully Partner with Interpreters and Translators! Register today at tinyurl.com/mxrwmcus.Our Omaha Table Talk (OTT) series has been around for over 10 years and continue to remain free to the public. It is an opportunity for the public to become engaged and have honest and open dialogue around issues that impact our communities and interactions with each other. On this Giving Tuesday, consider making a contribution to Inclusive Communities in an effort to continue building free public programming that will help to eliminate prejudice and inequities in our community! www.inclusive-communities.org/donate/ See MoreSee Less
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June 24, 2022

What does it mean now that Roe v. Wade is overturned?

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