Judas and the Black Messiah shows the evil of G-men.
Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
Today we have stories about financial assistance available to OPPD and MUD customers impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, OPS offering summer school and paid internships to students, and meteorologists watching for flooding in eastern Nebraska.
- $2 million in financial assistance is set aside for OPPD and MUD customers who have been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
- OPS is offering summer school to all students this year and paid internships to high schoolers.
- The Omaha Police Federal Credit Union was robbed Monday afternoon by a masked gunman.
- Nebraskans with high-risk medical conditions are upset by the state’s decision to remove them from the COVID-19 vaccine priority list.
- Meteorologists are closely watching eastern Nebraska rivers for flooding, as river ice begins to melt.
Reed Moore’s Black History, Black Present
Protestors in Omaha believe that police have shown a clear pattern of targeted intimidation and harassment during recent demonstrations, part of the basis of a lawsuit filed against the city by the ACLU of Nebraska. During weekly protests in the Old Market, police stops, searches and citations have become regular occurrences. Protesters believe Omaha police are sending a clear message: Dissent is not welcome.
“They’re trying to silence our First Amendment right, and they’re trying to silence any form of criticism,” ProBLAC organizer “Bear” Alexander Matthews said.
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