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George Smith Historical Marker Unveiling Ceremony

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This public ceremony recognizes Mr. George Smith aka "Joe Coe," an Omaha citizen who was murdered by a lynch mob on October 10, 1891.

Part of the Equal Justice Initiative Community Remembrance Project

Hosted by the City of Omaha Human Rights & Relations Department, part of the Omaha Community Council for Racial Justice and Reconciliation, with Creighton University, University of Nebraska Omaha Black Studies, Great Plains Black History Museum, the Omaha branch of the NAACP, and others.

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Add to Calendar 20221007T113000Z 20221007T123000Z America/Chicago George Smith Historical Marker Unveiling Ceremony <p>This public ceremony recognizes Mr. George Smith aka "Joe Coe," an Omaha citizen who was murdered by a lynch mob on October 10, 1891.</p> <p>Part of the Equal Justice Initiative Community Remembrance Project</p> <p>Hosted by the City of Omaha Human Rights &amp; Relations Department, part of the Omaha Community Council for Racial Justice and Reconciliation, with Creighton University, University of Nebraska Omaha Black Studies, Great Plains Black History Museum, the Omaha branch of the NAACP, and others.</p> <p><a href="/sites/default/files/Geoge_Smith_Marker_Ceremony_10_7_2022_40_.pdf" target="_blank"><strong>Event Flyer (PDF)</strong></a></p> Douglas County Courthouse, Omaha, North Lawn 1701 Farnam St Omaha, NE 68183

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Douglas County Courthouse, Omaha, North Lawn
1701 Farnam St
Omaha, NE 68183