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    • NCAAP Rejects Don Bacon’s False Implication of Support and Endorsement
    • Kelly to Oversee Voting Rights Complaints
    • School Safety Remains a Top Priority Every Day
    • A Brief History of Veterans Day
    • Record Numbers for Registered Voters and Early Voting

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    Nov. 2-16 Turkey Fest »

    The Salvation Army is taking reservations for its TurkeyFest being held on Thanksgiving Day. The effort provides free dinners to adults age 55 and older. To register, phone 402-898-6023, M-F, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m.

    Nov. 5 Deadline for in-person early voting at election commission office. »

    Nov. 6 Statewide General Election Day. Polls open 8 a.m. – 8 p.m. »

    Nov. 6 Deadline to return early voting ballots to election commission office or drop box location, 8 p.m. »

    Nov. 8 AAF Omaha Panel 6 in 60 Panel Discussion »

    AAF Omaha hosts 6 in 60 Panel Discussion | “Inclusivity from the Inside Out” at 6 p.m. at DJ’s Dugout, 114th & Dodge. Authenticity is the difference between success and failure in the advertising world. But how do we make our messages real and genuine? Hear panelists Steve Gordon, Alexandra (Alex) Riggs, Dan Harr, John Heaston and Angie Frederick share how to influence company culture by first changing how you approach inclusivity. Shonna Dorsey will be the panel moderator. Register at

    Nov. 8-11 Rocalli Catholic High School Fall Musical »

    Roncalli Catholic High School wants to introduce you to some folks who are creepy, kooky, mysterious, spooky and all together ooky at their Fall Musical. “The Addams Family,” a new musical comedy, will be held in their Notre Dame Auditorium, 6401 Sorensen Pkwy, Thursday – Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 4 p.m. Tickets are available at the door.

    Nov. 10 Teen Poetry Workshop »

    Washington Library, 2868 Ames Ave, hosts a Teen Poetry workshop featuring Louder Than a Bomb artists at 1:30 p.m. For more info, phone 402-444-4849.

    Nov. 11 Veterans Day! Honor our veterans today. »

    Nov. 13 Youth Care and Beyond Annual Celebration »

    Youth Care and Beyond’s annual celebration is “Color Me Camille,” featuring the vocal stylings of Omaha’s Camille Metoyer. The ticket price includes cocktails, heavy hors d’oeuvres and the show. The evening begins at 6:30. Register at

    Nov. 15 Black College and Cultural Enrichment Tour »

    The Urban League of Nebraska, Salem Baptist Church and Morning Star Baptist Church are hosting the 2019 Black College and Cultural Enrichment Tour for students in grades 9-12. The tour will be March 9-16, 2019. An informational meeting for students and parents will be held at Salem, 3131 Lake St., at 6 p.m.

    Nov. 15 Heartland Family Service Salute to Families »

    Each year, the Heartland Family Service Salute to Families recognition program honors four families and one family advocate who exemplify strong family values and commitment to our community. The event will be held at the Happy Hollow Club, 1701 S. 105th St. at 6 p.m. Ticket prices include dinner. For tickets, or more info, phone 402-552-7426.

    Nov. 17 Purpose Driven Advocacy Center, Inc. Event »

    Purpose Driven Advocacy Center, Inc. hosts Winter Clothes Giveaway from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at 6401. N. 56th St. Items to be given away include clothes, outerwear, shoes and small household items. Volunteers are needed. For more info, phone 402-399-9628.

    Nov. 17 November Food Pantry Day »

    November Food Pantry Day from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at Benson Baptist Church, 6319 Maple St. Must bring ID and social security cards for each member of the household.

    Nov. 17-19 Love's Jazz & Arts Center Event »

    Love’s Jazz & Arts Center, 2510 N. 24th St., presents the Urban Artists Collection featuring the art of Omahan Jeremiah Neal.

    Every 2nd and 4th Wednesday Free Toastmasters Club Lunch and Learn at Noon »

    Where Leaders Are Made 2401 Lake St.

    Honor Our Veterans on November 11th


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    The Omaha Star, in existence for more than 70 years, has been Nebraska’s largest African American newspaper and the city’s most effective device to improve the lives of African Americans. Since 1938, the policy of the Omaha Star has been to print only positive news and to be a vigilant champion for African-American progress. Located in the heart of Omaha’s African American community, two blocks south of 24th & Lake Street, the Omaha Star building is a surviving symbol of culture, strength, positive journalism, information and education to individuals in Omaha and the surrounding areas.

    The Omaha Star, with its circulation of approximately 30,000, was found in a survey conducted in 2001 to be read six times before being discarded. In its history, The Omaha Star has never missed an edition. Its archives are a miniature history of Omaha’s black community, a population of well over 60,000 people.


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