Clinic Grand Opening Open House | Pride Health Clinic

Pride Health Clinic 3672 Lexington Ave, Bellevue

We will open our doors for patients starting January 30, 2023! We will have an open house all day. Please feel free to drop by and say hi. 3672 Lexington Ave, Bellevue, NE 68123, Suite 2

Hearing for LB374: “Parents’ Bill of Rights” Censorship Bill

Nebraska State Capitol 1445 K St, Lincoln, NE

Tuesday, January 31, at 1:30pm CST in room 1525 OPPOSE LB374 – Parents’ Bill of Rights and Academic Transparency Act. Facilitates curriculum censorship, book banning, and unnecessary education overreach; largely attempts to re-create policies that are already in place in schools across Nebraska. Writing Testimony for the Unicameral | Quick Guide Engaging with the Nebraska Legislature […]

Hearing for LB626: Six Week Abortion Ban Bill

Nebraska State Capitol 1445 K St, Lincoln, NE

Wednesday, February 1, at 1:30pm CST in room 1510 OPPOSE LB626 – Bans Nebraskans from seeking abortions starting at 6 weeks. Doctors performing abortions could lose their license. Follow ACLU of Nebraska, I Be Black Girl, Nebraska Abortion Resources, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Nebraska, and Women’s Fund of Omaha for more!  Submit comment here by Jan 31 at […]

Lunch Hour Letter Writing (Zoom) | OutNebraska


First Thursdays from 12pm-1pm CT Join us for a Zoom call over the lunch hour to write letters! Each month, we will write letters/emails on different LGBTQ+ issues to public officials and businesses. Sign up for the Zoom call here:

Understanding the Unicameral | Culxr House

Culxr House 3014 N 24th St, Omaha, NE

The Women Gender Equity Center (WGEC), Elevate Omaha, Strongly Worded Omaha, and the Culxr House are hosting a legislative workshop where young people can: 1. Learn about our unique unicameral system. 2. Hear what policies to look out for this year from policy advocates themselves. 3. Prepare testimonies on issues young people are passionate about! […]


Pride Players: A Rose Teens ‘N’ Theater Production

Pride Players educates, entertains and inspires activism in our audiences of teens, parents, teachers and community members. The group uses improvisation to create songs, poetry, monologues, and skits that explore what it means to be a gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, queer or ally teen in Omaha. The group has been honored by many groups including […]