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Odochi Akwani

is a senior Journalism and Advertising & PR major from Omaha who is interested in community empowerment through storytelling.

“Racial Redlining” panel educates community on Lincoln’s history

Redlining Map of Lincoln
Racial and systemic housing segregation that began in the 1930s upholds its impact on Lincoln neighborhoods today. Sociologist John McKnight coined the term “redlining”...

“The Beat Goes On” at Music on the Move

Local Lincoln musicians Jack Rodenburg and Myles Jasnowski play in the Indian Village neighborhood.
The tunes come to you. Music on the Move, a mobile concert series, was back for its final concert of the year at the...

8th annual Art in the Garden theme “50 Shades of Pink,”...

Artists discuss their artwork with event-goers at Art in the Garden held at Sunken Gardens on Saturday, Sept. 12, in Lincoln.
For Julia Noyes, “The art must go on!” despite COVID-19 regulations from Lancaster County that has halted several other Lincoln events. Art and garden lovers...

Voting education through art at Census, Art, Vote!

Volunteer, Clarissa Tan spray chalks a message on the ground off of 11th and G Street to encourage voter participation in the upcoming general election on Friday, Sept. 25 in Lincoln.
Using street art as a means of informing the public, the South of Downtown Community Development Organization introduced the Civic Sidewalk Series: Census, Art,...