Democracy is not a
spectator sport

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.

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    OTOC Celebration of Community moves to Kaneko Center on April 1

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    Saturday, April 1 from 6-9:30 p.m. Kaneko Center (New Location!) 1111 Jones St, Omaha Tickets: $25 ($30 at the door) For Tickets call: (402) 344-4401 “Share Our Passion” Celebration of Community 2017 Flyer Music Order of Performance Kyle Knapp–Acoustic Folk  St. Benedict the Moor Gospel Choir  Jaun Carlos Veloso–Spanish Ballad ·       Delicious Food, Desserts and […]

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    60+ come to Immigration and Refugee Issues Cafe

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    Over sixty OTOC and community leaders met at Urban Abbey on February 15 to learn about three of the latest Executive Orders that are aimed at changing the immigration and refugee landscape. This Issues Cafe was lead by the OTOC Immigration and Refugee action team, and featured speakers Shane Ellison, Chief Counsel at Justice for […]

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    Rep Bacon Joins Climate Solutions Caucus to keep pledge to OTOC

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    In October, at the OTOC Accountability Session, Congressional candidate Don Bacon pledged to meet with OTOC’s Environmental Sustainability Team and to join the bi-partisan Climate Solutions Caucus, should he win the seat for Nebraska’s  2nd Congressional district. This unique caucus requires that a Republican and Democrat join at the same time so there equal numbers […]

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