Monday, January 25, 2021

From Nigeria With Love: UNLV Medicine Physician Kenneth Izuora

January 4, 2021 by  
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From Nigeria With Love: UNLV Medicine Physician Kenneth Izuora BY PAUL HARASIM Dr. Kenneth Izuora, who heads the UNLV School of Medicine Division of Endocrinology, grew up in Nigeria — nearly 8,000 miles from Las Vegas. When he flies to see members of his family, it takes nearly 16 hours in the air. To many […]

NUBIAN WELLNESS: The shifts are accelerating — get off the sidelines

November 12, 2019 by  
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Body, mind and spirit maintenance is my mental health recipe. BY TIFFANY MAYES EHOLOR We stand on the shoulders of the ancestors who came before us. Thank God they never gave up — despite the adversity they faced. Whenever I feel defeated, discouraged or enraged by the injustices of our world, I remember: Character is revealed through pressure. I remember nothing great […]

NUBIAN WELLNESS: Keep telling your story

November 1, 2019 by  
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This October marks our accomplishments 10 months deep into the second decade of the 21st century on the Gregorian calendar. Congratulations! BY TIFFANY MAYES EHOLOR I wear a necklace every day, and people from around the world often ask about the meaning of the symbol on it. I explain that it is a bird flying forward while its head turned […]

Calling All Visionaries: RTC Wants to Hear From You about the Future of Transportation

November 4, 2018 by  
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The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) is “calling all visionaries” and inviting all Southern Nevadans to help shape On Board, the future transit plan for the Las Vegas valley. With the help of extensive community input, the RTC is identifying how improvements to the current bus system, new high-capacity transit services and emerging transit technologies can improve mobility. A quick survey focused […]

‘The black community has an equal right to recover’

November 4, 2018 by  
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Norris Scott examines how a legacy of discrimination leaves too many African- Americans without the resources to defeat addiction. I grew up in the early 1960s, a period of heavy segregation. I did not have the same privileges as a white child. As I matured, I saw the barriers. I saw how my teachers lacked the cultural competency to manage […]


September 6, 2018 by  
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Ask Your Mother

Moms share secrets for raising healthy, happy children

Can A Woman Raise A Man?

BY BRUCE EDDINS In this time of women standing against predatory sexual indecency and inequality in the workplace, I have been stirred to ponder my own understanding and interpretation of what women mean to me. I have also been motivated by local plays that question whether a woman can raise a man — and how men’s attitude toward women are inappropriately defined and sexualized in our society. It […]

Community Speaks

Once they are in office, what would you ask new political leaders to do for you?                  

Divisions In America Have ‘Growed’ Like Topsy

December 18, 2017 by  
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BY LOUIE OVERSTREET I’m sorry I can’t offer you glad tidings of comfort and joy for the season. I am prevented from doing that by the grave problems facing America today — which are greater now than at any other time in the last 50 years. The National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, better known as the Kerner Commission, was a panel appointed by President Johnson in […]