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Nebraska Table nonprofit Member OutNebraska works hard year-round to uplift LGBTQIA+ communities and mobilize communities to create positive change.

Listen to our latest episode of Seat at the Nebraska Table diving into the issues that get staff at the Nebraska Table to the polls.

Highlighting the incredible work of the 2023-2024 Lobby School cohort at the end of the 2024 Legislative session.

Recapping some of the major moments from the 2024 Nebraska Legislative session and we can expect in the months to come.

This primary election will be Nebraska' first under new voter ID requirements. We sat down with Heather Engdahl, Director of Voting Rights at Civic Nebraska, to break down the details voters need to know in the latest episode of our podcast Seat at the Nebraska Table.

Youth Lobby School provides high school students with a closer look at our legislative processes through lessons, guest speakers, and lunches with elected officials, bridging the gap in access for many.

Learn about the values driving the Malcolm X Memorial Foundation and the incredible work they are doing for their community!

Reintroducing Seat at the Nebraska Table! Listen to our first episode on Redlining in Nebraska to learn about the history and current implications Redlining in Nebraska through conversation with to issue experts, Dr. Terri Crawford and Schmeeka Simpson. Enrich your understanding of this issue through additional resources shared here.

Harnessing data tools and technology can make for more effective, sustainable community outreach.

Our January Member spotlight featuring I Be Black Girl. Learn about the values driving their programming, their recent accomplishments, and what they are looking forward to in 2024.

Madeleine Parr, 2023-2024 Weitz Fellow, reflects on her time so far at the Nebraska Table. She shares takeaways from projects and learning from seeking out ways to become civically engaged in a new place.

When it comes to what it takes to be a good citizen, the public has a long list of traits and behaviors that it says are important.

In this month's newsletter, we're proud to honor our friends and colleagues who are working to create a safe, inclusive, and loving communities for LGBTQIA+ Nebraskans.

The Urban Institute's analysis concludes that the 2020 census could lead to the worst undercount of black and Latinx people in the U.S. since 1990.

Welcome to our first monthly edition of NCET Member Highlights newsletter.

This week's Friday study takes a deeper look at voter turnout as we prepare for the 2020 electorate. 

The 2018 Midterm elections were historical – with voter turn spiking to levels we haven’t seen in a century. But behind and beyond that success story is the bigger story – the vast differences in voter turnout driven in large part by states’ various voting policies.

Racial–ethnic disparities in pollution exposure and in consumption of goods and services in the United States.

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