Dine & Discuss – Harvard Case Study: James Madison: Creating the Constitution

“How much power should the federal government have over states?” Bryan High Teacher Terrence O’Donnell who was trained in 2020 in the Case Study Method through Harvard University, Boston, MA will lead a discussion as he does with his Bryan High students. The Case Study Method by Harvard Business School requires individuals to walk in […]

Dine & Discuss – LWV of Nebraska: For the People Act (S1) Friendbank

Dine & Discuss June 28, 2021

Join us for Dine & Discuss – LWV of Nebraska: For the People Act (S1) Friendbank Monday, June 28th, 2021 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM on Zoom To register for this event please click here! Help Pass S.1. For the People Act! Freedom to Vote is Non-Partisan During 2021 so far, 14 states have enacted […]

Books After Dark

Disability Visibility Book Club

Join us Thursday, June 17th at 6:00pm to Disability Visbility edited by Alice Wong REGISTER FOR BOOK CLUB VIA ZOOM

Listen & Learn with Danielle Conrad – Stop the New Prison Plan

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Listen & Learn with Danielle Conrad – Stop the New Prison Plan Tuesday, March 16th Noon to 1:30 PM on Zoom To register for this event please click here! Despite decades of construction and an ever-increasing budget, Nebraska’s prison system is the second-most overcrowded in the nation. Some facilities are holding between 2-3x as many […]

Books After Dark: Exploring the topic of Racial Identity Formation

LWVGO Books After Dark Book Reading List

Join us for Books After Dark: Exploring the topic of Racial Identity Formation Thursday, February 18th, 2021 at 6:00 PM To register for this event please click here! Racial Identity Development Theory discusses how people in various racial groups and with multiracial identities form their particular self-concept. It also describes some typical phases in remaking […]

Dine & Discuss – The Story of Edward Poindexter with Preston Love, Jr.

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Join us for Dine & Discuss – The Story of Edward Poindexter with Preston Love, Jr. Monday, February 22nd 6:00 PM to 7:30 PM on Zoom To register for this event please click here! Join Preston Love, Jr as he shares with us the story of Edward Poindexter.   If you have suggestions for speakers […]

Listen & Learn with Preston Love, Jr. – The Story of Will Brown

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Listen & Learn with Preston Love Jr. – The Story of Will Brown Tuesday, February 16th Noon to 1:30 PM on Zoom To register for this event please click here! This month we will be celebrating Black History Month through being joined by LWVGO member Preston Love Jr., who will be discussing the history of […]

Great Decisions Book Club

Great Decisions 2021 Book

Great Decisions is a discussion group based on eight readings from the non-partisan Foreign Policy Association. Its strengths lie in tying together many individual news items into a cohesive whole, raising in- depth questions, then encouraging each person to decide the best policy. Beginning with a short movie on the week’s reading, this year’s group […]

After 100 Years, Woman Elected to White House Office

Vice President Kamala Harris taking the oath of office

100 years after the passage of the 19th Amendment, Vice President Kamala Harris is the first woman to ascend to one of the highest offices in our country. It has been a long time coming, America. This accomplishment is even more significant because Kamala Harris is a woman of color — a Black, Indian American […]