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Nonprofits care for their community

November 1, 2019 by  
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Nonprofits care for their community By Cassandra Cotton, Nathan Adelson Hospice Community Outreach Manager When people ask about Nathan Adelson Hospice, we often say, “We are the oldest, largest and only nonprofit hospice in Southern Nevada.” Why do we make a point of mentioning that we’re “nonprofit”? Because there’s a real difference between nonprofit and for-profit hospices. Nonprofits are here to fulfill a mission — to […]

Gospel Guru of Vegas

November 1, 2019 by  
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Aaron Arrington celebrates 10 years of faith, friendship and fellowship with the Facebook Chorale. A native son of Las Vegas, Aaron Arrington was raised in the local church and, while growing up, played a huge part in the music department. Choir-directing is one of his many passions — and when planning his 40th birthday celebration 10 years ago, he began connecting with friends from around the Las Vegas Valley that […]

YOU! HAVE THE POWER | Dr. Ellen Brown

November 1, 2019 by  
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Get up, stand up! BY DR. ELLEN BROWN In just over one year, it will be November 3, 2020 — the day when American citizens who took the time to become registered to vote may exercise their power in determining the next President of the United States. In 1975, Bob Marley released the song, “Get Up, Stand Up” which was about taking Action to avoid oppression. While the song […]

U-CAN do it

November 1, 2019 by  
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Commissioner Weekly brings a renowned Black College Fair to the community. Over twenty Historic Black College & University recruiters descended on Las Vegas for the 20th Annual Historically Black College & Universities Recruitment Fair, which took place at the Doolittle Community Center. Over 2,000 community youth attended the free event, presented by the United College Action Network (U-CAN) in partnership with Clark County Commission Vice Chairman Lawrence Weekly. […]

FAME and longevity

November 1, 2019 by  
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Honoring Joseph Henry on 100 years of faith and family. First AME Church honored a devoted church member who is a centenarian! Mr. Joseph Henry is FAME’s oldest member. Born on September 15, 1919 in Jamaica, West Indies, He moved to the United States (New York) in 1955. After a long and successful career, he retired from American Airlines in 2001. […]

Las Vegas Black Image Magazine Now Available at Albertsons Grocery Stores

November 1, 2019 by  
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Las Vegas Black Image Magazine Now Available at Albertsons Grocery Stores Las Vegas Black Image Magazine, which has been publishing for 12 years, is now available on the free magazine racks at all Albertsons grocery stores. Said publishers Charles Tureaud and Kimberly Bailey Tureaud: “We are very excited to have Las Vegas Black Image Magazine available for our community at all local Albertsons […]

PEACE: Peace in the movement

November 1, 2019 by  
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We all experience anxiety and tension. Many times it is because our “overthinking” is moving faster than our physical body. There is an old saying: “If you can’t do anything about a situation right at that moment—then it’s best to throw it out of your mind.” It is not good to have negative thoughts disrupt your mind, body and soul. There is a […]

An Acute Need Exists, But Is There Any Interest?

November 1, 2019 by  
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An Acute Need Exists, But Is There Any Interest? BY LOUIE OVERSTREET It’s no secret that you can weigh the effectiveness of black alphabet organizations in Vegas with a postage meter. We have aided and abetted in our community becoming a laughingstock to other ethnic and racial groups in Vegas. I fear that nothing can be done to improve the performance of our regrettable state of impotence, […]

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