Roberta and Bob Rogers Gallery showcases the annual OEAA visual art nominees for third time.
Reed Moore’s Daily Rundown
Today we have stories about OPS high school students returning to full-time in-person learning, teachers starting to receive their COVID-19 vaccines, and the Mead ethanol plant being ordered to contain and clean up its spill.
- OPS high school students return to in-person learning five days a week.
- Douglas County Health Director Dr. Adi Pour says teachers and school staff could start receiving COVID-19 vaccines as soon as Tuesday.
- An Omaha church is helping to erase millions of dollars in medical debt through a partnership with an organization called RIP Medical Debt.
- The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy directs AltEn ethanol plant near Mead to contain and clean up spill.
- State lawmakers debate whether Nebraska should continue to split its electoral votes based on presidential results from each congressional district.
Reed Moore’s Black History, Black Present
Even though it was hard for protesters to call anything that happened in 2020 a win, the movement has just started.
“2020 was a reminder that we haven’t made any gains of consequences for Black people and the rights we have as human beings,” Ja Keen Fox said. “And there needs to be radical change that really speaks to the urgency of our issues and that there have to be people who are willing to enact that radical change.”
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