Addressing Untrue & Ugly Online: A Community Conversation for Omaha Nonprofit Communication Teams
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Addressing Untrue & Ugly Online: A Community Conversation for Omaha Nonprofit Communication Teams

Have you witnessed false or ugly comments in your organization's social media feed? How does your organization react? Do you respond directly? Delete comments? Have you ever had to report an incident to the police? If you manage the voice of your nonprofit brand on social media platforms in Omaha, please join us to share your experiences and concerns while you gain some practical tips for responding.

When: Thursday, October 26, 2017
Where: Temple Israel
13111 Sterling Ridge Drive
Omaha, Nebraska  68144
United States
Contact: Tri-Faith Initiative

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A Community Conversation for Omaha Nonprofit Communication Teams
Thursday, October 26, 1-4 p.m.
Temple Israel 13111 Sterling Ridge Drive

This event is hosted by the The Tri-Faith Initiative in collaboration with the Anti-Defamation League of Omaha, Omaha Public Library, Omaha Community Foundation, Inclusive Communities and Nonprofit Association of the Midlands. Stuart Chittenden and Dan Gilbert will facilitate this community conversation.

Our shared experiences will create a baseline assessment of the challenges for nonprofit communicators when addressing untrue and ugly speech online.

This conversation is the first step in a collaboration to develop a curriculum and toolkit for nonprofit brands to avoid social media disasters, develop policy in tandem with strategy, and build trust in our community of online brand ambassadors. 


The Tri-Faith Initiative is made up of three Abrahamic faith groups who have chosen to be in relationship together as neighbors on Common grounds, committed to practicing respect, acceptance and trust. Our three members are of the Jewish, Christian, and Islamic faiths: Temple Israel, Countryside Community Church, and The American Muslim Institute.


Stuart Chittenden founded the conversation consultancy, Squishtalks, in the belief that conversation helps us to live better and work well. Squishtalks has designed and delivered conversation programs for corporate and non­profit organizations, and for public and community purposes.

Dan Gilbert
 works locally and globally to design, execute, and evaluate innovative processes and activities. Over his 20-year career, Dan has worked with leaders and learners of all ages around the world to strengthen their innovation and design skills. While he has a particular passion for higher education, he has applied this approach to global companies, non-profit organizations as well as civic institutions.


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