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Upcoming Events

“Frida Kahlo and the Blue House” Photography Exhibit

El Museo Latino 4701 South 25 Street, Omaha, NE, United States

The exhibit “Frida Kahlo and the Blue House” presents a selection of over 60 color photographs of the architecture and interior spaces of the Blue House created by Cristina Kahlo as well as vintage black and white photographs taken by Diego Rivera, Antonio Kahlo, Lola Álvarez Bravo, Florence Arquin, and Juan Guzmán.

Roots to Rise 2024 Summer Youth Camp (registered students only)

Northern Lighthouse Church North 14th Street, Lincoln, NE, United States

This summer camp for youth in grades K-8 aims to empower holistic health and wellness and enhance myriad life and academic skills by promoting a positive future construct -all led by BIPOC peer mentors and qualified adults. Participating youth learn from a wide range of guest teachers about plants, food/body connections, and culture. They will […]

Event Series North Platte Pow Wow 2024

North Platte Pow Wow 2024

Buffalo Bill Ranch State Historical Park 2921 Scouts Rest Ranch Rd., North Platte, NE, United States

The North Platte Pow Wow will showcase the culture and tradition of Native Americans with dancers, singers, special guests, and many vendors! Everyone is welcome! The grand entry is a […]

$7 – $15

Cycles of Voter Suppression

Hastings Museum 1330 N. Burlington Ave., Hastings, NE, United States

Speaker: Preston Love Jr. Sponsored by the City of Hastings

Roots to Rise 2024 Summer Youth Camp (registered students only)

Northern Lighthouse Church North 14th Street, Lincoln, NE, United States

This summer camp for youth in grades K-8 aims to empower holistic health and wellness and enhance myriad life and academic skills by promoting a positive future construct -all led by BIPOC peer mentors and qualified adults. Participating youth learn from a wide range of guest teachers about plants, food/body connections, and culture. They will […]

Junior Young History Detective Summer Camp 2024 (registered students only)

Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center 6001 Dodge Street, Omaha, NE, United States

Junior Young History Detectives is open to 9-11 year olds (4th-6th grades), interested in learning Black History, Omaha History in fun and engaging ways. This year's camps will explore storytelling as a tool to present their discoveries of the people, places and events in North Omaha. YHD students learn Black History, both regional, national, and […]

Roots to Rise 2024 Summer Youth Camp (registered students only)

Northern Lighthouse Church North 14th Street, Lincoln, NE, United States

This summer camp for youth in grades K-8 aims to empower holistic health and wellness and enhance myriad life and academic skills by promoting a positive future construct -all led by BIPOC peer mentors and qualified adults. Participating youth learn from a wide range of guest teachers about plants, food/body connections, and culture. They will […]

Junior Young History Detective Summer Camp 2024 (registered students only)

Barbara Weitz Community Engagement Center 6001 Dodge Street, Omaha, NE, United States

Junior Young History Detectives is open to 9-11 year olds (4th-6th grades), interested in learning Black History, Omaha History in fun and engaging ways. This year's camps will explore storytelling as a tool to present their discoveries of the people, places and events in North Omaha. YHD students learn Black History, both regional, national, and […]

Excess Baggage: Riding the Orphan Train

Sunset View Assisted Living South 2nd Street, Bloomfield, NE, United States

Speaker: Charlotte Endorf Sponsored by Sunset View Assisted Living

Nebraskans possess the knowledge, understanding, and empathy
to cultivate a more informed, thoughtful, and just society.

We believe that culture and connection are essential rights of human expression.

We celebrate shared histories and diverse cultures.

We value conversation that respects difference and finds points of common experience.

We develop engaging experiences for all Nebraskans.

We provide inclusive opportunities to learn from the past to enrich our future.

We are flexible and responsive to the changing and pressing needs of Nebraskans.
We expose people to other worlds of expression and human existence.
We foster lives of purpose and meaning.

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