“Lincoln has to compete with other communities for talented workers and many of those cities have protections in place based on sexual orientation.”
– Beatty Brasch, Executive Director of Center for People In Need
Faith Leaders Stand in Support of LGBT Workplace Fairness Ordinance WHEN: Saturday, April 21 – 11:45 a.m. WHERE: Unitarian Church – 63rd & A Streets, Lincoln, NE The media is invited to a photo/interview opportunity with clergy from more than 20 congregations who will declare their support of the Fairness Ordinance announced Thursday. The Fairness Ordinance, up for consideration by the Lincoln City Council, would prevent workplace discrimination based on a person’s sexual orientation or gender identity. Clergy members, gathering for the Living Better conference, will sign a statement of support. A significant group of people, including Outlinc – Lincoln’s LGBT Community Center – are calling on Lincoln’s City Council to Make Lincoln Fair.