Free HIV Testing for National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day | Nebraska AIDS Project Lincoln

Nebraska AIDS Project Lincoln 127 South 37th Street Suite A, Lincoln, NE, United States

For National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day, NAP will be providing free HIV testing from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM at their office on 37th and O St in Lincoln. Individuals can walk in for a free HIV test and/or be informed about the other services NAP offers. They can also grab some giveaway items like […]

Background to the War in Gaza | Nebraskans for Peace

Nebraskans for Peace is featuring a presentation by Dr. David Forsythe on the history of Israel and Palestine. Forsythe examines the clash between Zionism and Palestinian nationalism which has roiled world affairs for about a century. Click here to register for the zoom event. Dr. David P. Forsythe is University Professor and Charles J. […]


OutNebraska LGBTQ+ Book Club

The OutNebraska Book Club is a time to gather and discuss different LGBTQ+ books. We read books of all genres, and use this as time to learn together and build community. This event is virtual, and meets monthly on the third Tuesday of the month at 7pm CT / 6pm MT. Sign up at the […]


Meeting & Support Groups | PFLAG Lincoln

The Unitarian Church of Lincoln 6300 A Street, Lincoln, NE, United States

A typical PFLAG meeting begins with a presentation or activity followed by breakout support groups. All are welcome!

Divisible | Omaha Film Festival

Aksarben Theatre Omaha

Divisible is an educational documentary film focusing on the history and current impacts of redlining in the United States. This feature film highlights the specific case of Omaha, Nebraska to illustrate how redlining continually affects and harms people nationwide today across multiple issue areas. Told through a combination of expert and personal interviews, Divisible provides […]