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Monthly Archives: December 2011

Equal Employment Ordinance Talking Points

Talking Points for Ordinance   1)      Large percentages of LGBT people report discrimination and harassment in the workplace. A 2011 report by the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force on discrimination against transgender persons discovered that: Forty-seven percent (47%) said they had experienced an adverse job outcome, such as being fired, not hired or denied […]

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VOICE Omaha looking for stories of employment discrimination

The group VOICE Omaha is collecting stories of employment discrimination.  If you have a story to share, please post it on their website here.

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Sample Letter to City Council

In January the Equal Employment Ordinance will be reintroduced to the Omaha City Council.  Heartland Clergy is encouraging people of faith to write letters in support the ordinance and mail them to the City Council.  Below is a sample letter that you can use as a template.   SAMPLE LETTER   DATE   Omaha City […]

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