Non-profit Organizations of Omaha in a Peaceful Protest to Educate People about Families Separations by ICE

By Eneris A. Bernard Santos The non-profit organizations A Light for Omaha, Young Progressives of Nebraska and ProBlac have gathered forces to sponsor an educational protest about the Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) at Douglas County Courthouse this Saturday, August 22, 2020 at 6pm. According to an Instagram post from ProBlac, the protest in fat is […]

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Worker speaks out about conditions inside packing plant

By Karlha Velásquez Lee el artículo en español en El Perico.comP Paying for her coronavirus test, inhaling noxious chemicals and enduring a continued lack of transparency. That’s the experience of one employee inside one of Nebraska’s hardest-hit meatpacking plants who says employees are still afraid of the coronavirus’ spreading despite protections put in place. “I […]

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The World Is Your Stage — Performance Ideas

Sing, talk, Zoom, share! 1. Remote Karaoke. Remoteoke? Sing with other people from wherever you are. My theater nerd friends and I recently sang heartbreaking Les Miserable tunes across four states and with nine people using an app called Smule. You’ll need $2.99 and a plug in earphones, but it is a small price to pay for an afternoon […]

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