Inclusion News

Avanzando hacia una comunidad más inclusiva

Las comunidades necesitan ser inclusivas ya que todos formamos parte de este mundo. Un poco más de comprensión y voluntad basta para crear comunidades más inclusivas y diversas. El mes pasado en Norfolk, Nebraska, se consiguió avanzar un poco más hacia este objetivo de crear una comunidad más unida.

Policymakers’ failed actions led to the O’Neill raid

At the Center for Rural Affairs, one of our guiding principles is to promote vibrant rural communities and the people who live here. A cornerstone of any community is safety, stability, and trust.

On Aug. 8 in O'Neill, Nebraska, that sense of community was shaken when 133 agricultural workers were taken from their places of employment and transferred to a detention center more than 100 miles away in Grand Island, leaving their families and children to wonder if their loved ones would ever return.

Latino-owned businesses in Nebraska almost doubled in five years, according to report

Husband and wife business partners, Diego Leon and Jenny Lopez, rely on their memories of Colombian fruit and juice stands to recreate the vibrant and unique dishes of their homeland. These thoughts inspire their restaurant, FRUIT, in Grand Island, Nebraska.

The couple immigrated to the U.S. in 2014, and opened their business in January 2016. Diego says starting their venture was an intensive process, but a labor of love.

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