Any of our ACTion Services are available to Educational institutions and students groups alike. We also have programming that is geared specifically towards helping young people and students in our community explore the topics of identity, intersectionality, and bias in a brave space. We know that our young people are our future leaders, and we are guided by our interactions with them to show us the ways that inclusion and allyship are constantly evolving. Our programming helps them to start the path of inclusive leadership with confidence
IncluCity is the heart of our programming. Young people engaged in our programming consistently show us what inclusion needs to look like and the ways in which society needs to grow to accommodate them. 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. 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.
The intention behind this program is to celebrate the differences in identity that contribute to the diversity all around us. In addition, this program aims to spark discussion around creating spaces where all identities can be included, supported, and affirmed. IncluCity is a place where people can come together in community regardless of background with intention of building cross-cultural bonds and foster a sense of leadership in creating inclusive communities.
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IncluCity Middle is an afterschool program geared at introducing the concepts of identity, prejudice and bias, and equity to middle schoolers in an engaging, age appropriate and manageable way. It fosters independent thinking about inclusion and respect for others.
IncluCity Elementary is an afterschool program geared at introducing the concepts of identity, prejudice and bias, and equity to elementary schoolers in an engaging, age appropriate and manageable way. It fosters independent thinking about inclusion and respect for others.
Modeled after our Omaha Table Talk Series, the Dialogue Project aims to amplify, uplift and create space for crucial conversations being had in on-campus spaces.
As students navigate college life, creating community around minoritized, and marginalized experiences fosters a more supportive education environment, in which inclusion and understanding become the foundations for the graduates and professionals they will become.
Inclusive Communities will facilitate and guide these discussions that will be had by students and for students.
Inclusive Communities recognizes that young people are the ones who are moving inclusion forward and determining where we need to go as a society that welcomes and supports all people.