Making Democracy Work

Other Organizations

Hungry Club- Typically 1st Wednesday of month Noon to 1:00 p.m. at Big Mama's Kitchen and Catering, 3223 N45 St. (former Omaha School for the Deaf.) Drive in through gate and follow signs to the door. Come together to enjoy a meal and hear a guest speaker on topics of interest to the Greater Omaha community.

Omaha Press Club Luncheon Series- typically 3rd Thursday of month at noon. Info provided as scheduled. More info:

Open Sky Policy Institute occasional public events. Open Sky's mission is to improve opportunities for every Nebraskan by providing impartial and precise research, analysis, education and leadership. More info:

Omaha Together One Community (OTOC) teaches people to become effective leaders, explore their legitimate interests, do solid research, engage in sometimes tough, but always respectful public discourse, hold elected officials accountable and create positive change through collective action. For calendar of events and more info go to:

Omaha 360 Violence Prevention Collaborative meets every Wednesday, 2-3:00 p.m., Omaha Home for Boys, Wurdeman Conference Center, 52nd and Ames. Focus on preventing gun and gang violence in Omaha. Nebraska Appleseed- events as planned.

Nebraska Appleseed a nonprofit organization that fights for justice and opportunity for all Nebraskans. It does not support/oppose political candidates. More info at:

Nebraskans for Civic Reform events as planned. Non-partisan organization committed to making our civic institutions more inclusive among youth and historically disadvantaged and disengaged. More info at:

North Omaha Community Care Council to provide a mechanism for collaborative efforts to improve communication and achieve greater access to affordable and quality healthcare, education, information, resources and services for the north Omaha community. More info at:

South Omaha Community Care Council to provide a strategic infrastructure to enhance collaboration, communication, leadership, and services for the empowerment and well-being of the community. More info at: