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COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: How We Can Immediately Make Our Democracy Work Better
April 5, 2022
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: How We Can Immediately Make Our Democracy Work Better

It never fails. As I handshake, share ideas and ask for votes, someone will ask, “Why am I just now seeing you? It would be better if candidates tried harder to introduce themselves to people if they want our vote.” - Jonathan MacArthur, Esq.

Reform and Public Safety District Attorney Steve Wolfson’s Top Priority
April 5, 2022
Reform and Public Safety District Attorney Steve Wolfson’s Top Priority

Many in our community know Steve Wolfson as our District Attorney, a role he’s held in Clark County for the past decade. But what many don’t know is that Steve Wolfson has spent over 40 years of his life, actively involved in our legal community.

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The Women of Sumnu: It’s Something New in Each One
March 1, 2022
The Women of Sumnu: It’s Something New in Each One

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the Urban Voice and Sumnu is proud to present these eclectic ladies who have one thing in common:  They care.

Creating Good Trouble
March 1, 2022
Creating Good Trouble

Rep. John Lewis, who passed away last year. Rep. Lewis was a good friend and colleague who instilled in all of us the need to shine a light on any injustice and get into “Good Trouble” to bring lasting change.

The Evolution of Black History Month
March 1, 2022
The Evolution of Black History Month

Can you imagine what our communities might look like if we collectively practice and preach sermons on how we need to start preparing the next generation to not crawl but be able to run into our next Canaan like experience?

Forgotten on Mother’s Day with Dr. Tiffany Green
March 1, 2022
Forgotten on Mother’s Day with Dr. Tiffany Green

Dr. Tiffany Green married Michael Green in 2018 and became a bonus mom. She explains, “That ‘Dr. Tiffany Green’ journey… a Bachelor’s in English and a Master’s in Education. Starting my doctorate, I thought ‘yes, this is something I can do.’ 

By Dorcas Curry