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Affordable Housing, fair lending, Predatory Lending, landlords

OTOC Fights for Protection from Predatory Landlords, Lenders

Friday, May 5, 2017
West / Southwest IAF

OTOC convened a nonpartisan accountability assembly with twelve candidates for Mayor and City Council for Omaha with a standing-room-only audience of 350 leaders at St. Leo the Great Catholic Church. Read more about OTOC Fights for Protection from Predatory Landlords, Lenders

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Nebraska IAF, Commnity Organizing in Omaha, Joe Higgs, Sr. Erickson, Unaccompanied Minors

OTOC Religious Leaders Admonish White House Over Deportations

Friday, August 8, 2014
Omaha World-Herald

Less than a week after Omaha Together One Community (OTOC) leaders began circulating a statement in support of unaccompanied children at the border, 140 leaders signed on — including Nebraska Episcopal Bishop Scott Barker and NE Lutheran Bishop Brian Maas.

The campaign was precipitated by OTOC immigration action leader Sr. Kathleen Erickson.... Read more about OTOC Religious Leaders Admonish White House Over Deportations

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Community Organizing in Omaha, Community Organizing in Nebraska, Nebraska IAF, Energy, OPPD, Coal

OTOC & Allies End Coal Burning in North Omaha

Monday, June 9, 2014
Omaha World Herald

The OTOC Environmental Sustainability Team formed early this year upon learning that the Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) planned to continue burning coal in North Omaha and retreat from the use of renewable energy sources (including wind and solar). They presented 4 key demands to the OPPD Board... Read more about OTOC & Allies End Coal Burning in North Omaha

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Blight, Neighborhood Safety, Housing, organizing in Nebraska

OTOC Fights for $1 Million in Housing Demolition in Omaha

Wednesday, May 1, 2013
KETV

Omaha Together One Community wants both candidates to commit $1 million a year to the problem.  The city has 748 houses on its demolition list. On average, it costs the city about $12,000 to knock down a house -- but neighbors say it’s worth every penny.

West / Southwest IAF Read more about OTOC Fights for $1 Million in Housing Demolition in Omaha

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organizing for human life, organizing for human dignity, Immigration, prenatal care, organizing in Nebraska, organizing in Omaha

OTOC Fights for Prenatal Healthcare for Low Income Women in Nebraska

Wednesday, March 14, 2012
Omaha World Herald

Omaha Together One Community (OTOC) joins the Nebraska Catholic Conference, United Methodist Church leadership, Interchurch Ministries of Nebraska and many other medical, religious and social institutions in support of Legislative Bill 599.  This common-sense legislation would restore prenatal care for all low-income women...  Read more about OTOC Fights for Prenatal Healthcare for Low Income Women in Nebraska

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