Sunday, July 14, 2024

Letter From The Publishers

To hip you and to get you equipped for the summertime

Charles Tureaud and Kimberly Bailey Tureaud

Summer is here, and we hope everyone is keeping cool and hydrated in the Las Vegas heat! 

This issue of Las Vegas Black Image honors iconic songstress Gladys Knight, and we hope to see you all at her wonderful show at the Smith Center in August. 

Once again,we are pleased to offer informative, fun, and uplifting editorials from our contributing writers and corporate supporters. 

Gratitude is the vibe, as we celebrate changemakers like Ricardo King Jr., for teaching deejaying and music theory to young people in the community. 

Also inside: 

  • Read about the launch of the Las Vegas-Clark County Library District’s wonderful “Free to Be” campaign. 
  • In Community Speaks, we probe the minds of local readers with the question, “What do you know for sure?” 
  • Dr. Annette Mayes shares facts with mothers who have questions about their pre-pregnancy and post-pregnancy health care. 
  • UNLV’s president Dr. Keith Whitfield shares thoughts on the Supreme Court ruling outlawing affirmative action in college and university admissions. 

And to look back for a moment, a big congratulations goes out to all who made Juneteenth 2023 wonderful for residents of the Silver State. 

Las Vegas Black Image Magazine has been publishing since 2008, and we thank all our advertisers who have been supportive in keeping our voice alive. 

If you have an interesting or positive story to share, please email us at: 

Thank you again for your support. We Rise!

Charles Tureaud & Kimberly Bailey Tureaud
Owners & Publishers

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