Nebraska Research to be Highlighted in New Book

Nebraskans Unafraid collaborates with Lisa Sample, Ph.D., of the Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Dr. Sample’s research into the experiences of Nebraska registrants is the basis for a book, Living Under Sex Offense Laws: Consequences for Offenders and Their Family Members, to be published in 2018 by Routledge. Dr. Sample wroteContinue reading “Nebraska Research to be Highlighted in New Book”

You Are Invited to Join a Class-Action Lawsuit Against Sex-Offender Laws

The Women Against the Registry organization is mounting two class-action lawsuits in the 8th U.S. District, which includes Nebraska. Everyone in Nebraska who has been deprived of livelihood, home and family (as I have) should become a part of one of the two lawsuits. I have just filled out the form to join the lawsuit. YouContinue reading “You Are Invited to Join a Class-Action Lawsuit Against Sex-Offender Laws”

2015 in Review: How the Nebraska Public-Shaming Website Makes the State More Dangerous

On July 27, 2015, we told you about a research study that shows how the Nebraska public-shaming website targeting Registered Citizens makes our communities more dangerous. No one — especially ambitious politicians — pays any attention to this work. But the study is more than 10 years old. Revisit the post here.