PRI’s May 2015 newsletter is now available!
Join us for the 1st in a series of community dialogues on Cultural Humility!
Date: Thursday, April 16, 2015
Time: 6:00-8:00 PM
Location: TAC Board Room, 2nd Floor, 3215 Cuming Street
Facilitator/Presenter: A’Jamal Byndon, Nebraska Families Collaborative
This event is free and open to the public.
A light meal will be provided to registered participants.
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These literature reviews are the result of a collaborative service learning project between PRI and University of Nebraska Omaha’s School of Public Administration, intended to inform PRI’s policy development and advocacy efforts. The authors were Master’s level students in Professor A. Bryce Hoflund’s Public Administration & Democracy class during the fall semester of 2014. The
There will be a gathering of people interested in working at the grassroots level to reduce racial disparities in the four key areas of Poverty, Child Welfare, Education, and Justice. We will meet Friday, November 7 at the Community Engagement Center, UNO Campus, from 6pm to 8pm. The event is free and open to the
WOMEN’S HEALTH IN NEBRASKA: The just-released Alliance for a Just Society’s 2014 Women’s Health Report Card ranks and grades states on a wide range of measures relating to women’s health. It assesses Nebraska’s performance in three subject areas: health coverage for women, women’s access to health care, and women’s health outcomes,
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UNO Criminal Justice professor emeritus Samuel Walker has just authored a report titled “What Does A Good Police Department Look Like?”. This is the only comprehensive report on best practices in policing in existence and we are grateful to professor Walker for providing solutions to ongoing controversies.
He has asked PRI to publish the
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In this paper, the Progressive Research Institute of Nebraska (PRI) provides the results of its first annual Diversity Report Card for nonprofit and government-run social service providers with offices in the Omaha, NE area.
We encourage everyone with an interest in serving the people to download (pdf, 914kb) and review this report (revised 12/01/2013
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Omaha Service Providers:
Should board members and/or staff of service-providing organizations look like those they serve? Why or why not? If change is necessary, how can we get there?
If these questions interest you, please join the Progressive Research Institute of Nebraska (PRI) for a Town Hall Meeting to address all of the above.
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