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Rainbow Outreach GLBT Center


The Rainbow Outreach GLBT Center was founded in 1997 to help and support the greater Omaha LGBT+ community by offering information and services to the LGBT+ communities. The center was located at 1719 Leavenworth St. in Omaha and offered an information line, community calendar, literature, lending library, and meeting space. The GayZette was published by the center beginning in 1999. The physical location was closed in December 2013 due to declining use and increasing expenses. The center maintained a website and continued as a virtual center for a few years; the final capture of the center’s website in the Internet Archive Wayback Machine is from 2016. The final issue of the GayZette was published in December 2016. The organization was known to have used variations of its names including the following: Rainbow Outreach Resource Center (1997-?); Rainbow Outreach GLBT Resource Center (2004-2007); Rainbow Outreach Metro Omaha GLBT Community Center (2007- ?).

Found in 1 Collection or Record:

Rainbow Outreach GLBT Center Records

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS-0113
Content Description The records of the Rainbow Outreach GLBT Center documents some of the activities of the center such as providing information and support to the LGBTQ+ communities. Material in the collection includes brochures from Omaha area organizations such as GLSEN and PFLAG, educational reports and brochures on topics such as health and aging, buttons from local events such as Pride in the early 1990s, signs displayed at the center, and other material. New material added 2017-12-11: The...
Dates: 1989-2013