For Vic Klafter, inclusive IDs are a matter of self-determination. That’s why Vic testified in favor when Sen.
This Pride, we are celebrating the contributions and resilience of LGBTQIA+ Nebraskans.
We sat down with Ashlei Spivey, director of I Be Black Girl and ACLU of Nebraska board member, to talk about what a new bill means to Black Nebraskans and Nebraskans with textured hair.
Housing is about so much more than the walls that make up the house or apartment we call home. Housing is a source of safety, stability and economic opportunity.
State Senator Rita Sanders, Nebraska’s only sitting legislator of Asian American heritage, graciously made time to discuss LB 442, a new bill that would create a Commission of Asian American Affairs.
As we welcome spring, it’s vitally important to recognize that March is Women’s History Month. While the origins of Women's History Month are relatively new, the contributions and achievements of women are as longstanding as the origins of America itself.