Know Your Rights

THE FIGHT FOR TRANSGENDER PEOPLE'S RIGHTS IS BEING FOUGHT EVERY DAY

Transgender Rights Rally at Capitol Protestors Listening

Fighting Fist for Transgender Rights

Transgender Rights Rally at Capitol Speeches

If you are an LGBTQ Nebraskan, you may have experienced discrimination. Currently, there are no explicit statewide laws in Nebraska protecting people from being discriminated against for their gender identity, sexual orientation, and/or gender expression. However, some local communities have broader protections and there is a clear emerging trend in the courts affirming that LGBTQ Nebraskans may already have legal protection from discrimination under existing civil rights laws that prohibit discrimination on the basis of sex or gender.

Learn more about Omaha’s ordinance or file a complaint » 

The ACLU champions transgender and gender nonconforming people’s right to be themselves in any situation, including at school, on the job, and in all public places. The information below is intended to help transgender people stay informed of your rights and request assistance. The information on this website is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. Every case depends on the specific facts and circumstances involved. To submit a complaint for review, please Request Assistance.