NE Working Class Unites ▪︎ Oct 23rd ▪︎ NOON

It’s that time again, that we #riseUp and join the Hardworking Americans here in the Omaha metro. Union Pacific Railroad and Kiewit Corporation among many other employers have taken the authoritarian position of implementing mandates on their employees.

We at Nebraskans Against Government Overreach are answering the community’s call to action and will stand with the employees in demanding a reversal of this discriminatory practice and insist each individual be respected to make medical decisions for themselves free of coercion and manipulation.

Employers! Stand for those who keep your business running – no one is forcing you to do this, and, even if they do, you have the obligation to stand for the smallest minority – the individual. This country depends on our citizens uniting for what is righteous, always!

Join us Oct 23rd at NOON for a march in support of employees being affected by medical mandates!!

Meeting spot: (SW Corner)
Kiewit Corporation
1550 Mike Fahey St
Omaha, NE 68102

We will meet at the southwest corner of 15th and Mike Fahey. This will NOT be on Kiewit property but is directly across the street from the Kiewit Corporation sign. There is also a plethora of street parking in this area.

West on Mike Fahey
South on 16th
East on Capitol
South on 15th or 14th to UP Center

We will stand in protest for a couple hours or so outside the Union Pacific Center. Bring American Flags, signs in support of our message, drink & snacks as needed.

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**Nebraskans Against Government Overreach members and event participants must remain peaceful, respectful, and fully law abiding at all times. We must ensure we stay on public property at all times and refrain from blocking or obstructing entrances/exits and traffic, both vehicular and pedestrian.

Published by Nebraskans Against Government Overreach

Nebraskans Against Government Overreach is a grassroots group dedicated to halting the government overreach affecting citizens across Nebraska, preserving the Liberty of Nebraskans and raising public awareness on informed consent and individual civil rights.

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