Queer Omaha Archives
Found in 23 Collections and/or Records:
Two email messages. The first is organizing a committee meeting among University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) faculty and staff to discuss LGBTQIA+ issues and topics that relate to the university such as partner benefits, diversity, and discrimination. The second message is a memo to add the matter to an upcoming Executive Cabinet meeting, presumably of the UNO Faculty Senate. These printouts of emails were removed from an unidentified UNO Faculty Senate agenda (attachment 20).
Flyer describing and announcing auditions for the Elite Dance Troupe from January of 1996. EDT was a project of Gay and Lesbian Organization (GALO) of UNO.
The records of Lavender Couch include fliers, posters, and photographs documenting the alternative rock, all-lesbian band's shows or gigs in Omaha, Lincoln, and other locales. Publicity photos and casual photos of band members are also available. A small number of contracts or agreements are part of the collection along with ephemera such as a sticker. A copy of the band's eponymous 1994 audiocassette tape is part of the collection.
Fliers advertising various LGBTQ related student organizations and events on the University of Nebraska Omaha campus. Many of the fliers are from events sponsored or co-sponsored by GALO of UNO (Gay and Lesbian Organization), but also include the Gender and Sexual Orientation Student Agency (GSO), Queers & Allies (Q&A), Gay/Straight Alliance, Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Organization, Nebraskans Against 416, UNO Women's Resource Center, and Elite Dance Troupe (sponsored by GALO).
The Queer Omaha Archives Ephemera Collection is material collected or received from various sources.
The records of the River City Gender Alliance (RCGA) include copies of the organization's newsletters, brochures, fliers, and other documents. The collection also includes material from other local and national organizations.
The Robert Gilmer and René Orduña collection is composed of personal and professional material from Gilmer and Orduña’s lives together. Most of the material covers the lives of Gilmer and Orduña in Omaha from the period after they left New York City in 1986 through the 2010s. The collection includes photographs, posters, programs, items from Gilmer and Orduña's wedding, and news coverage of Dixie Quicks, René Orduña, and RNG Gallery.
The UNO Gender and Sexuality Resource Center Ephemera Collection includes material produced as well as collected by the UNO Gender and Sexuality Resource Center. Please see component records for description.