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Community Cohesion: Native American Days

Community Cohesion:  Native American Days

 

Native Omaha Days is important to North Omaha because it brings back memories. It's where the black community comes together, has fun, and talks to each other. Native Omaha Days is where people from across the country come to Omaha and get together to celebrate the North 24th Street culture. This biannual event has become a main stay in the North Omaha community. The founders of Native Omaha Days were two black women, Vera Johnson and Bettie McDonald. Native Omaha Days was founded in the mid 1970's.

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Native Omaha Days is important to North Omaha because it brings back memories. It's where the black community comes together...

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