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Bousaina Ibrahim

Bousaina Ibrahim is a senior journalism student with minors in English and African Studies. Bousaina is dedicated to covering diverse communities and historical documentation. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends and making jewelry.

How North Omaha is fighting the food desert 

Ital Vital Living's store front is painted with tropical fruits and a smiling Black woman wearing a yellow dress and headwrap. A part of 24th Street can be seen at the right corner.
In North Omaha, access to affordable and healthy foods has historically been a challenge. That is why several North Omaha organizations and businesses say...

A Seat at the Soul

"A Seat at the Soul" logo includes a woman's outlined face with an afro. The title and woman are circled with a pastel ambience. The NNS logo is in the lower left corner.
Welcome to "A Seat at The Soul" podcast show, a culture series dedicated to the lives and experiences of Black folk from Nebraska. I'm...

Black women cultivate university community

Jeannette Jones sits at her office desk surrounded by historical books. She is looking out the window to her left side.
Throughout the years, the world of academia has offered a place for connections. And despite the disproportionate numbers of Black women educators across the...

Omaha leader Preston Love Jr. has a message for Nebraska’s youth

Man standing in front of mural
This is one in a series of Nebraska News Service stories about election and voting issues in the state and the efforts of people...