We must acknowledge we have no control over many things in our lives – and we can turn our attention to what we *can* control, Jordan Martin writes.
Charlyne Berens on managing the age-old struggle between individual liberty and the common good.
Without hope, we will never take the first meaningful step forward. And without conviction, we will settle for a lesser compromise.
In the latest edition of the Civic Nebraska Writers Group, Astrid Munn explores the separation between screen and (real) space.
It is important for all Nebraskans, but especially for those of us who were raised away from cities and unaware of our state’s history of racism, to come to grips with this reality.
The civic awakening following the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis may be the breakthrough that moves our national experiment to a new level.
As individuals in a larger system, we can help nurture a culture of caring, consideration, and thoughtful compromise – but that takes a consistent pattern of communication over time.
Astrid Munn on the experiences – like a simple neighborhood stroll – that form the connections, distractions, and vexations of daily life in the ‘new normal.’
The coronavirus infects individuals and, through them, communities. If we want our society to survive, individualism may need to temporarily take second place.
At the start of each new decade, the U.S. Constitution requires that the country’s population be counted. This year, Census Day is April 1 – and an accurate
A group that thrives on individualism. Sounds like something of a contradiction, doesn’t it? How can the group prosper if it’s focused on the individual? It’s something of
Our democracy gives us the opportunity to elect our public officials at a local, state and national level. This is a powerful tool to help shape what we