“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
History is coming to Lincoln - and you have a part to play. Small business leaders, faith leaders and city officials joined with Outlinc to announce a Fairness Ordinance to end discrimination against gay and transgender people in Lincoln. Make sure Lincoln’s city council knows that great performance deserves a fair workplace. Attend an upcoming phonebank, write a letter to the editor and urge fellow residents of Lincoln to Make Lincoln Fair! Phonebanks will be on:
The Fairness Ordinance would continue Lincoln’s long-standing tradition of treating everyone fairly. As the first city in Nebraska to stand-up against workplace discrimination, Lincoln can continue to grow in attractiveness to businesses by promoting a value Lincoln was built upon: fairness. Don’t let Lincoln stay behind Omaha in having protections for LGBT employees. Make Lincoln Fair.
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