Nebraska Voting Guidelines
Voting can be a confusing process. We’ve compiled some information here to help you feel confident in making your voice heard through your ballot.
How to Vote in Nebraska
A handy guide to give you the information you need to register to vote, complete an application to vote by mail, and submit your ballot.
Planned Parenthood Announces Regional “RBG Week of Action”
In the wake of the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, people are coming together to protect her legacy, progress, and to defend her last wish—that her seat on the Supreme Court is not filled until after Inauguration Day.
BREAKING: Nebraska Lawmakers Pass Abortion Restriction
State lawmakers today passed legislation that places unnecessary barriers on Nebraskans’ access to safe and legal abortion and inserts politics into what should be private medical decisions between a patient and their doctor.
What We’ve Accomplished and Where We’re Going
We work hard to elect pro-sexual and reproductive rights legislators up and down the ballot in Nebraska.
Statement about Margaret Sanger and Planned Parenthood’s mission
Today, Planned Parenthood North Central States released a statement denouncing problematic portions of the organization’s history with founder Margaret Sanger. We are owning our organization’s history and are committed to addressing the implicit bias and structural racism within our organization and communities.
Racial Equity 101: Resources to Get Started
A selection of resources for white and non-Black people of color to get started on exploring racial inequity in America. All videos are free to access!
Action Items and Resources from “Where Public Health and White Supremacy Meet”
On June 30, we hosted the first session of Planned Parenthood Advocates of Nebraska’s 2020 Summer Policy Series. Whether or not you were able to join us, you can take action today to stand with our partners and support our communities that are fighting to survive multiple public health crises.
Pride and Perseverance
As Pride month comes to a close, we look back on the month of June as one that pushed us, challenged us, and called us to do more. We must never forget that Pride began as an act of protest by a Black trans woman. That protest continues.