Protestors gathered at 11th and Howard Streets on Aug. 29. Photo by Alex Preston.


8/31/20 • Day 71 of Phase III • Nationwide case trends


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Liberation Square Lives On

100 protesters gathered on 11th and Howard streets for the second night of a two-night protest in a section of the city organizers now call “Liberation Square.”

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Today we have stories about District 66 increasing to 50% in-person learning, Nebraska Department of Corrections confirming more COVID-19 cases and Omaha City Council considering extending the mask mandate.

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