Ideas are powerful. That’s why intellectual freedom is protected by the First Amendment—and it's also why sometimes government tries to suppress provocative ideas.
Each August, thousands of Nebraska students return to college campuses across the state. Apart from signifying Back to School, August is also National Breastfeeding Month.
Last week, incarcerated individuals across the country launched a nationwide strike with 10 demands for improved living conditions, greater access to resources and the end of "modern-day slavery.”
A large-scale immigration raid was conducted in and around O’Neill, Nebraska, the morning of Aug. 8, in relation to an indictment brought by U.S. Attorney Lesley Woods. One hundred thirty-three immigrants were detained.
The ACLU of Nebraska launched a bail fund to address the practice of jailing low-income Nebraskans who are unable to afford money bail. If this has happened to you, we want to hear your story.