Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Are Sacred Cows About To Be Butchered? | By Louie Overstreet

November 8, 2022 by  
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BY LOUIE OVERSTREET This column will be published around the time of the Nov. 8 midterm elections. When the new Congress is seated in January, the losing party’s sacred cows will be offered up for sacrifice on both sides of the Capitol as if it were a butcher shop. If the Repugs gain control of […]

Letter from the Publishers

November 8, 2022 by  
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With thankful hearts We are especially proud to present this fabulous issue of Las Vegas Black Image to our loyal readers and supporters. It is a special one: November 8, 2022 will mark 14 consecutive years of publishing this magazine. Thank you for the honor. Our fabulous Las Vegas Black Image Magazine executive publishing staff […]

PEACE: Make space for WE!

November 8, 2022 by  
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It is amazing how ubiquitous silos, cliques, and teams can be. If you have been exposed to or grew up with the idea that you must be accepted into a particular group to make your life worthwhile — that is sad. This country has historically been built on the concept of “separate and unequal.” So […]

SPECIAL EFFECT

November 8, 2022 by  
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Lizzo sits confidently atop the pop music throne, with global fame and cultural impact that grows by the day. Melissa Viviane Jefferson was born in Detroit in 1988. Thirty-four years later, now known globally as pop music phenomenon Lizzo, she has captured the imagination of millions around the world with her inimitable style, bold fashion […]

I-15

October 10, 2022 by  
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ACES HIGH

October 1, 2022 by  
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Las Vegas’ beloved home team excites and inspires the city by capturing the WNBA championship. Fan adrenaline is still pumping after the Las Vegas Aces — our city’s amazing WNBA team — scored a historic win to capture the franchise’s first championship. Their thrilling game four performance sent the Connecticut Sun packing with a 78-71 […]

Celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October 1, 2022 by  
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Celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month By Cassandra Cotton, Nathan Adelson Hospice Community Outreach Manager Celebrating Breast Cancer Awareness Month as a time to educate women about breast cancer and early detection and celebrate the many survivors. Breast cancer survivors and those with breast cancer are encouraged to share their stories. Every October, people all over […]

PEACE: Life is to be LIVED!

October 1, 2022 by  
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We all are walking through lives that are either foisted upon us or come from our individual souls. The life that is given is the gift. What we do with it depends solely on the choices we make. The wish for our life is sometimes a dream only realized when our eyes are closed. Yes, […]

Letter from the Publishers

October 1, 2022 by  
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Legends of the Fall Autumn is now in full swing and October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, a moment when Americans are asked to reflect on the importance of staying vigilant about preventative steps that are proven to save lives. Black women are at a particularly high risk for dying of the disease — and […]

This Generation’s Task: Save Democracy | By Louie Overstreet

October 1, 2022 by  
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BY LOUIE OVERSTREET The generation before mine, America’s greatest generation, are dying off at the rate of 600 a day. They were tasked with saving the world from tyranny and they completed their task in a magnificent way! My generation was tasked with promoting and preserving civil and human rights. We got off to a […]

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