With the 2016 presidential elections soon upon us, the Heartland Workers Center’s I Vote For My Family campaign is in full force. Since 2012, the HWC has worked to increase voter turnout among Latinos in South Omaha. As we have done in previous years, we are going door-to-door to educate new voters of the electoral […]Read More..
Ten institutional organizations from the South Omaha community gathered on Thursday, August 25. Together, they collectively brainstormed ways in which each will work to increase civic engagement and voting participation for the upcoming 2016 general elections. But the long-term goal is to build a South Omaha that is more involved in the political process. Commitments […]Read More..
The United Food & Commercial Workers, UFCW, has partnered with the Heartland Workers Center to bring a free immigration workshop for the South Omaha Community. The workshop offers free legal advice and pre-screening application to ensure applicants are eligible for Naturalization, TPS, Family Petitions, and status information, among other immigration issues. In the last immigration […]Read More..