In celebration of Juneteenth festivities this Saturday honoring the ending of slavery, The Union for Contemporary Art has graciously offered their beautiful space at 24th and Lake to host Open Coffee with Dominique Morgan moving to a special time at 12p this Saturday.
For those who do not know this amazing human, Dom is a 2017 The Young Black & Influential Awards recipient for Advocacy, Greater Omaha Chamber Young Professionals’ 2017 Change Maker Award recipient and 2016 NAACP Freedom Fighter Award recipient. He is the Founder and Executive Director of Queer People of Color Nebraska, National Director of Black and Pink – Nebraska and an award-winning musician – chosen as the first to perform on the TEDX stage with his song “Stand Up” in 2016. By day he works as an Adolescent Health Educator at Charles Drew Health Center, Inc. in Omaha, NE.
About Open Coffee:
Open Coffees are a gathering for people who want to be part of making a positive change in our community and meet some of Omaha’s most impacting and influential people. Each week we recognize a recognize an inspiring community champion to lead a group discussion kicking off by sharing their personal story and encouraging attendees to ask questions that might inspire new ideas and spur action!