Omaha Mobile Stage featured on Brookings Placemaking Postcards
The Brookings Institution published a story about the Omaha Mobile Stage as part of it’s blog series Placemaking Postcards. Written by Jessica Scheuerman and Kaylea Kuhlman, the piece is titled “How mobile placemaking in Omaha, Nebraska is supporting the city’s Black commercial corridors” and discusses the impact the OMS has in vital Black communities of Omaha.
This story is part of Placemaking Postcards, a blog series from the Bass Center for Transformative Placemaking at Brookings where policymakers and practitioners guest-author promising placemaking efforts from across the U.S. and abroad that foster connected, vibrant, and inclusive communities. In line with the principle tenets of placemaking, the goal of the series is to recognize the community as the expert, highlight voices from the field, and to create a community of learning and practice around transformative placemaking.