Student Projects


  • Civil Rights in Omaha
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    Civil Rights in Omaha
    North Omaha has a long, complex history of Civil Rights that remains largely unnoticed. Not only is it the birthplace of an important political...
  • Education in Omaha
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    Education in Omaha
    African Americans have faced numerous obstacles over the years including several within the field of education. From segregation...
  • North Omaha Music
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    North Omaha Music
    Jazz played an important part in the history of North Omaha. Preston Love once said, "If New York, Chicago...
  • Church History
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    Church History
    The church has been very important to the African-American community. In North Omaha, the church has been a source of ...
  • North Omaha, The Great Migration
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    North Omaha, The Great Migration
    In the early 1900s, African-Americans sought a better life in the North. Jim Crow Laws in the South reinforced segregation and discrimination.
  • Escaping the Indignities of Jim Crow
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    Escaping the Indignities of Jim Crow
    Despite segregation and racism, African Americans in Omaha created a vibrant local culture and found ways to have fun.
  • Employment
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    Employment
    In 1955 Omaha livestock market became the largest in the world. It surpassed Chicago as the busiest stockyard.
  • North Omaha, World War II
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    North Omaha, World War II
    During World War II, the Hastings Naval Ammunition Depot (NAD), located 150 miles west ...
  • Miguel Hernandez-Keith Park
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    Miguel Hernandez-Keith Park
    Miguel Keith is one of Omaha's paramount war heroes and one of three Omahans who has received the highest possible military award, the Medal of Honor.
  • Dorothy Eure & Lerlean Johnson
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    Dorothy Eure & Lerlean Johnson
    Ms. Eure and Ms. Johnson fought for civil rights for African Americans and worked to integrate the Omaha Public Schools and bring African American teachers to the District.