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OTOC exists to recreate community in our fragmented society. People are often disconnected and conversations about important issues are difficult. OTOC seeks to reweave the frayed social fabric and connect people across the lines that tend to divide them: race and ethnicity, economics, religion, geography and language.


-Latest News-

  • OTOC leaders testify in support of $1.1 Million for demolition & Land Bank

    Housing Action Teams Chairs Gloria Austerberry and Karen McElroy and member Ian Fallon testified at the annual City of Omaha Budget hearing Tuesday evening. Fifteen OTOC leaders were present as Ian Fallon showed “before” and “after” pictures of a house in the 3000 block of Burt that had been a blight on the neighborhood for […]

  • Over 150 clergy and faith leaders sign statement supporting children fleeing violence

    OTOC leaders have drafted and begun circulating¬† a statement in support of children who are fleeing to our borders due to violence in their home countries. Now, in less than a week,¬† over 150 leaders including 90 clergy, women religious or heads of faith based organizations have signed the statement of support. OTOC will work […]