Sunday, September 19, 2021

Experian launches initiative to accelerate financial inclusion

September 15, 2021 by  
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Inclusion Forward – Experian Empowering Opportunities helps clients advance diversity goals by creating greater and more affordable credit access Leading information services company Experian has announced the launch of Inclusion Forward – Experian Empowering Opportunities, a first-of-its-kind initiative to help clients identify and directly support underserved and vulnerable communities. Inclusion Forward harnesses Experian’s data, analytics […]

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS: LINDA ABRAMS

September 15, 2021 by  
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‘People really need to understand there is help out there’ According to a study in Mental Health America, “Mental health conditions occur in Black and African American people in America at about the same or less frequency than in White Americans. However, the historical Black and African American experience in America has and continues to […]

Ten Steps To Maintaining Daily Peace

September 15, 2021 by  
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BY TIFFANY MAYES-EHOLOR | REMOTE ENERGY HEALER For the month of September, let us remind ourselves of our daily rights while walking in our light! 1. Sleeping Saves Lives: Turn off the world, close your eyes and just say thank you to the Universe for providing you the time to repair DNA at cellular levels. […]

YOU! HAVE THE POWER | Dr. Ellen Brown

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How are you doing? BY DR. ELLEN BROWN The last two years have been full of stress, strife and strain by anyone’s standards. How have you dealt with being figuratively slapped in the face by one after another crisis, loss, or unbearable situation of stress? As I have talked with dozens of people about the […]

HEALTHIER YOU: Black women and ovarian cancer

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Black women and ovarian cancer BY DR. ANNETTE MAYES, OB/GYN Ovarian cancer is perhaps one of the most dangerous diseases, because more than 80% of these cases are diagnosed in late stages. At that point, there’s also the chance that the cancer has metastasized — or spread to other parts of the body — very […]

Steady Rollin’

September 15, 2021 by  
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Steady Rollin’ Black women ride together against breast cancer in the 4th Annual Las Vegas Caravan for Mammogram. Las Vegas Black Image Magazine is again hosting the annual Las Vegas Caravan for Mammogram as part of its Diversity & Inclusion Health Initiative. Black women are invited to participate in the fourth annual event — which […]

Top 10 Ways to Get Home At Last

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Top 10 Ways to Get Home At Last Home At Last is a program by Nevada Rural Housing and has provided access to affordable credit to more than 10,000 homeowners in rural Nevada. By providing Down Payment Assistance, homeowner tax credits that boost qualifying income, and homebuyer education, we work every day to connect rural […]

Smokey Robinson Honored in Vegas!

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The extraordinary Keep Memory Alive organization will honor legendary musicians Smokey Robinson and Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds at the 25th Annual Power of Love gala, set for Oct. 16 at Resorts World Las Vegas. Tickets are on sale now at KeepMemoryAlive.org. Considered one of the most prominent events in Las Vegas, Power of Love raises much-needed […]

Who is on the hospice care team?

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Who is on the hospice care team? By Cassandra Cotton, Nathan Adelson Hospice Community Outreach Manager Caring for someone at the end of life can be overwhelming. It takes a variety of skilled professionals to deal with the physical, social, emotional, and spiritual needs of a terminally ill patient. Most families would find it impossible […]

Debt: My Favorite 4-Letter Word

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Debt: My Favorite 4-Letter Word By Craig Kirkland, EVP/Director of Retail Banking, Nevada State Bank I have a favorite 4-letter word, one that I use with zeal and reckless abandon. You’ve probably guessed it: DEBT. Debt isn’t a bad thing. It comes down to the type and how you use it. Debt affords you the […]

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