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.

Latest News

  • Spanish Leadership Formation

    80 Hispanic leaders from more than 21 different institutions gathered for a two-day leadership formation on June 21 and June 22. Sponsored by the Institute for Public Leadership, Omaha Together One Community, Catholic Campaign for Human Development and Inter-faith Education Fund, these participants learned how to connect one’s faith to relational organizing practices. The leadership […]

  • June Issue Cafes explore housing, organizing, power generation

    Upcoming Issue Cafes: Environmental Sustainability: OPPD’s Programs and Policies on June 27, 6:45-8 pm Learn about Omaha Public Power District’s work on developing community solar projects and other policies working to make Omaha a greener community. Insights to Community Organizing with Paul Turner Influenced by the investigative process in Robert Caro’s article “The Secrets of […]

  • Relationship buildings aids passage of American Dream and Promise Act in House

    The American Dream and Promise Act, H.R. 6, passed in the House of Representatives on June 4 The bill passed with a 237-187 vote. Only seven republicans supported the bill, including our Omaha-area representative, Don Bacon. OTOC and TPS leaders have continually met with him, attended town halls, and called countless times to build a […]

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