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E67: Meet Ms Erika Felt

Erika Felt has run an in-home childcare business since 2001 with a two year break in the middle to act as director of a large childcare center. She has organized and maintained a statewide online resource & support group for in-home childcare business owners for the last 7yrs while striving to have in-home childcare business […]

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E66: Let’s talk TIF, Nose Picking Groene, and More!

E66: Let’s talk TIF, Nose Picking Groene, and More!  Join special guest host, Megan Stock, and lets talk Tax Increment Financing (TIF). TIF is a powerful tool used by cities for public development, but has not had the impact on the areas of greatest need as intended. Megan is reading: Life and Death of the […]

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E65: Meet Renee Sans Souci

E65: Meet Renee Sans SouciWith a degree in education from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and being an Umo n ho n woman and practitioner of traditional healing, Renee Sans Souci combines her life experiences with a learning process that helps learners to engage in their own cultural identities and languages. Renee has been a Teaching […]

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E64 Meet Michael Reinmiller

Human dignity for the houseless and hungry Today’s guest is Michael Reinmiller. Michael is a local advocate whose passion is human dignity, specifically how communities treat their houseless and hungry neighbors.  He serves on the board of Fresh Start, and built the first little free pantry in Lincoln which has expanded to over 35 more. […]

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Episode 63 – Police in Schools

Episode 63 – Police in Schools  On today’s episode, April and Emily discuss School Resource Officers, known commonly as SROs in Nebraska. 43 School districts in Nebraska armed law enforcement officers in our schools, and they are not all following Nebraska law in publishing guidelines and guardrails to protect children via an Memorandum of Understanding […]

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E62: Meet Senator Terrell McKinney

E62: Meet Senator Terrell McKinney Terrell McKinney is a father, State Senator representing District 11 in the Nebraska State Legislature, community organizer, activist, and wrestling coach within the North Omaha community. Before running for office, he worked as a community organizer focusing on food insecurity, Medicaid expansion and various other community initiatives. Terrell holds a […]

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E61: Meet Ari Kohen

Ari Kohen talks about his new book, “Antisemitism On The Rise”, tells love stories to libraries, and gives us all practical advice on how to be ready to be a hero if everything goes wrong.  Here’s a preview of his tips: Get in the habit of doing small good things to build your empathy muscle […]

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E60: Black Liberation Matters with Dominique Liu-Sang

E60: Black Liberation Matters with Dominique Liu-Sang Dominique Liu-Sang is a local community activist who focuses primarily on black liberation but also is not shy to advocating for other oppressed groups of people. In more recent news she has been organizing protests on UNLs campus against the Phi Gamma Delta House in regards to current […]

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E59: Abortion is Heathcare with Shelley

E59: Abortion is Heathcare with Shelley Shelley is on the front lines of ensuring that people seeking abortions can get into their appointments safely, both mentally and physically. Join us as we talk about her work, normalizing abortion discussions, and the importance of laughter. Find Shelley’s tiktok here: https://www.tiktok.com/@thedeathscorts  Support the coffee for escort fund: […]

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E58: Redistricting with Senator Adam Morfeld

E57: Redistricting with Senator Adam Morfeld Senator Morfeld serves on the committee for redistricting. Hear directly from the Senator on his opinion on how it’s going so far and the expected path forward in redistricting.  Find the Linehan and Wayne maps here: http://news.legislature.ne.gov/red/proposed-base-plans/  Check out our previous coverage with MaryLee Moulton from League of Women […]