Intersectionality and me

Intersectionality and me

This post is part of a series called Perspectives, written by Circles members. Perspectives will highlight the various experiences and identities of individuals from their unique worldview. BY KATHRYN GOODMAN I’ve always had a strong belief in the individual. Every individual has a unique perspective […]

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Why does the Women’s Fund care about health care?

Women’s health care and economic security are inextricably linked; without access to high quality, affordable health care, economic security becomes much more difficult to obtain. Read more about how the Affordable Care Act repeal bill would affect women here. Tell our Congressional delegation they should […]

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We’re Hiring: Marian Ivers Intern

We’re Hiring: Marian Ivers Intern

Are you a current UNO student with graphic design experience? Want to make an impact while working on marketing campaigns that affect women and girls in Omaha? Good news! The Women’s Fund of Omaha is looking for our next Marian Ivers intern! This internship will […]

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Being a Black Woman

Being a Black Woman

This post is the first in a series called Perspectives, written by Circles members. Perspectives will highlight the various experiences and identities of individuals from their unique worldview. BY ASHLEI SPIVEY I work in the space of inclusion and equity- and wanted to write something […]

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Legislative Update: May 25, 2017

The Legislature adjourned Sine Die (which literally means without any future date being designated) on Tuesday. and are scheduled to convene next January for a 60-day session. This was a tough session in many respects. The state faced a budget shortfall of nearly $1 billion, […]

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