Articles in Nevada

The Urban Voice provides news relevant to the black community in Las Vegas, Nevada, as well as, Reno, Carson City, Henderson, Boulder City, and North Las Vegas.

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by Joseph C. Abraham on March 1, 2021
A Candid Conversation with Roxann McCoy and Celena DiLullo
by Joseph C. Abraham on March 1, 2021
During the Antebellum period in America slaves were not allowed to freely pay homage to their deceased loved ones. Funeral services were closely monitored and supervised by slave owners, if they were allowed to proceed at all. ... Read full article
by Joseph C. Abraham on March 1, 2021
New Dining Options in Downtown Las Vegas
by Joseph C. Abraham on March 1, 2021
While 2020 was by all accounts a difficult year for local restaurant owners and well known food spots that have been forced to close, we have found a new group of brands. They offer fresh new options for those of us looking to support small business.... Read full article
by LaToya Bembry of the Ferraro Group on February 26, 2021
WGU Launches Initiative to Remove Barriers for Students
by LaToya Bembry of the Ferraro Group on February 26, 2021
With millions of American workers facing the urgent need to reskill or upskill for a post-pandemic economy, nonprofit online Western Governors University (WGU) announced today the launch of its Equitable Access Initiative. ... Read full article
by U.S. Congressman Steven Horsford on February 22, 2021
Happy Black History Month, Nevada!
by U.S. Congressman Steven Horsford on February 22, 2021
In Washington and Las Vegas, my team is working hard to relieve the burdens that Nevada families have faced over the last year. Over the next few months, my priorities will be simple: crush the coronavirus and get Nevada’s economy back on track.... Read full article
by Assemblyman William McCurdy on October 20, 2020
Why I support the Biden-Harris Campaign
by Assemblyman William McCurdy on October 20, 2020
Joe Biden has spent his entire career fighting for civil rights, voting rights, and fair-housing rights. He fought for equality in justice, education, and economic opportunity.... Read full article
by Jacob Reynolds, Esq. on October 4, 2020
CANDIDATE PROFILE: Jacob Reynolds, Esq.
by Jacob Reynolds, Esq. on October 4, 2020
Jacob Reynolds, Esq. is an AV-Rated attorney, the highest rating an attorney can achieve.  Jacob has been recognized as a “Southern Nevada Top Attorney” for several years by Nevada Business Magazine.... Read full article
by Trevor Atkin, Esq. on October 4, 2020
CANDIDATE PROFILE: Trevor Atkin, Esq.
by Trevor Atkin, Esq. on October 4, 2020
Trevor L. Atkin was born and raised in Las Vegas. Trevor received his bachelor’s degree, cum laude, from Arizona State University in 1984. He was awarded his law degree from McGeorge School of Law at the University of Pacific in 1987.... Read full article
by U.S. Congressman Steven Horsford on October 4, 2020
"The pain in our community is real and certainly is not new. We have felt the weight of systemic racism for as long as we can remember. But we have also seen the resiliency of our community grow to staggering new levels as we respond..."... Read full article
by Jasmin Lilly-Spells, Esq. on October 4, 2020
CANDIDATE PROFILE: Jasmin Lilly-Spells, Esq.
by Jasmin Lilly-Spells, Esq. on October 4, 2020
My entire career, I have worked for justice, so justice works for you. I will do the same as your judge. Vote Jasmin Lilly-Spells for Judge, District Court Department 23.... Read full article
by Monica Trujillo, Esq. on October 4, 2020
CANDIDATE PROFILE: Monica Trujillo, Esq.
by Monica Trujillo, Esq. on October 4, 2020
From the high school counselor who said that Vanderbilt only accepted me because I was Hispanic; to the former colleague who doubted my ability to transfer to homicide cases; to the people who tried to discourage me from running in Department 3...... Read full article
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