Lunch and Learn Schedule and Videos
2020 – 2021 Lunch and Learn Schedule
Due to COVID-19 considerations the 2020-2021 Lunch and Learn season will be held via Zoom calls. There is no charge to participate in the Zoom presentations. (Donations are gratefully accepted, please see the DONATE link in the right side bar.)
You must register ahead by emailing email@example.com in order to receive the Zoom link. No phone messages will be accepted. Reservations should to be made by the Monday before the Thursday meeting to give us time to send the Zoom link to you. Please put the word registration in the subject line.
Presentations take place on the First Thursday of each month from 12:00-1:00 p.m., September – May. (See March exception.)
Beginning in October 2020, presentations have been recorded: Jump to Videos of Previous Presentations .
May 6, 2021 Together One Lincoln Sandra Washington, Lincoln City Councilwoman
Did you miss a Lunch and Learn? Here are links to those presentations:
September 3,2020 Voting Rights, Voting Right Now: Principals and Practicalities of Voting in Lancaster County John Cartier, Director of Voting Rights and Dave Shively, Lancaster County Election Commissioner
October 8, 2020 The Electoral College: Is It Still Relevant? John Comer, Professor Emeritus, UNL Department of Political Science
November 5, 2020 Redistricting and Apportionment Gavin Geis, Executive Director, Common Cause Nebraska
December 3, 2020 Dr. Deborah Turner, President of the National League of Women Voters Due to unforeseen technical difficulties the video of Dr. Turner’s 12/3 presentation is unavailable. Please enjoy this video https://www.facebook.
January 7, 2021 Focus on the Coming Nebraska Legislative Session Analysts Craig Beck and Alex Serrurier, OpenSky Policy Institute
February 4, 2021
The Life of Ruth Bader Ginsburg Anna Shavers, Associate Dean, NU College of Law; Eric Berger, Professor, NU College of Law
March 4, 2021
Can’t Trust it: Race, Policing, the Prison Industrial Complex Dr. Jeanette Jones, Associate Professor of History and Ethnic Studies, UNL
April 1, 2021
Holding Cops Accountable; What is Happening Locally? Ishma Valenti, Director, Community Engagement, Clyde Malone Community Center