GLBT Adult

“OutSpeaking” Speaker’s Bureau LGBTQA+ Resource Center UNL Campus

LGBTQA+ Resource Center Speaker’s Bureau “OutSpeaking” focusing on LGBTQA+ Individuals and their Lives. Requests for information can be sent to lgbtqa.outspeaking@unl.edu

UNL Campus

Lincoln

Join us at our Board meetings second Thursday of each Month 6:30 pm to 8:00 pm at the Dale Clark Library – 215 S.15th St. Omaha Ne. Email @ info@heartlandpride.org

Omaha

Oldest area organization offering support to GLBTQ and their families.

P. O. Box 3772

Omaha
PFLAG (Parents, Family and Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Lincoln

Meeting on the 4th Tuesday of each month at the Unitarian Church, our meetings provide a safe, confidential space to share concerns, to get information and to get support. Our meetings are attended by parents, family, and friends of gays, lesbians, bisexual, and transgender persons, as well as gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender people themselves. Our meetings are free and we welcome everyone. The PFLAG Cornhusker Board of Directors is responsible for PFLAG Meetings. Each regular meeting has a topic and usually a guest speaker or panel. Check our Calendar for meeting dates, topics and speakers.

Lincoln
6:30 PM Social Time, Programming, Speakers and Support groups 7 PM – 9 PM

PFLAG Omaha – Moving Equality Forward in the Heartland. Monthly meetings for support and education regarding sexual orientation, gender identity, and gender expression. For confidential support or information contact our helpline- info@pflag-omaha.org or call.

http://pflag-omaha.org/
402-291-6781
Omaha

Formed by a dedicated group of volunteers in 1997, the Rainbow Outreach GLBT Center served up information, web access, meeting space and a huge library consisting of more than 2000 titles. In December of 2013 we closed the Center’s physical location as it wasn’t being used enough to warrant the expenses involved to keep it open. Please see our web site or email Gayzette@cox.net for more information.

PO Box 8583

Omaha
River City Mixed Chorus Creating exceptional musical experiences to support diversity, inspire change, and empower communities.

Creating exceptional musical experiences to support diversity, inspire change, and empower communities.

402-341-SING

PO Box 3267

Omaha

Presenting Omaha with high quality, groundbreaking theatre promoting diversity tolerance since 1993. Call or see web site for currently running productions.

402-341-2757

3225 California ST

Omaha