Articles in Community Activism

In the black community the term "community activism" is about people in communities creating opportunities for growth and change with deliberate movement towards ends, which they determine. In the process increasing their critical awareness, knowledge, skills and attitudes.

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by Jonathan MacArthur, Esq. on April 5, 2022
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: How We Can Immediately Make Our Democracy Work Better
by Jonathan MacArthur, Esq. on April 5, 2022
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.... Read full article
by Joseph C. Abraham on April 5, 2022
Reform and Public Safety District Attorney Steve Wolfson’s Top Priority
by Joseph C. Abraham on April 5, 2022
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.... Read full article
by Dorcas Curry on March 1, 2022
Forgotten on Mother’s Day with Dr. Tiffany Green
by Dorcas Curry on March 1, 2022
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.’  ... Read full article
by Jonathan MacArthur, Esq. on February 7, 2022
TRAP DOOR TRAFFIC ENFORCEMENT
by Jonathan MacArthur, Esq. on February 7, 2022
How does North Las Vegas Municipal Court Generates Revenue For The City? As a 22-year criminal defense attorney, I am in constant contact with the criminal justice system and am witness to both its successes and failures.... Read full article
by Shaundell Newsome on February 7, 2022
Black History means More Than His Story
by Shaundell Newsome on February 7, 2022
Black History Month derived from Negro History Week, created by Dr. Carter G. Woodson in 1926. The historian, author and journalist felt that the accomplishments of Black people in America were omitted from the country’s story of contributions.... Read full article
by Naiomi Skelton on February 7, 2022
Ms. China Hudson
by Naiomi Skelton on February 7, 2022
Her mother passed away when she was only nine years old, and although she lived with her father until the age of fourteen, China Hudson’s village of aunts and uncles would be the most influential people in her life. ... Read full article
by Debbie Conway, Clark County Recorder on September 1, 2021
Debbie Conway has served the public for over 20 years and is currently the Clark County Recorder. She oversees approximately 60 employees and operates on a combined budget of approximately $10 million. ... Read full article
by Bishop Derek A. Rimson on September 1, 2021
Being recognized for his role in our community
by Bishop Derek A. Rimson on September 1, 2021
Quintessentially, on Friday, July 30, 2021, the atmosphere was conducive, and the vibe was electrifying anticipating the entrance of the Bishop-Elect Bill Herbert McDonnell, Junior.... Read full article
by Joseph C. Abraham on March 23, 2021
16 SHOTS: A Review by Joseph C. Abraham
by Joseph C. Abraham on March 23, 2021
I recently watched 16 Shots, a documentary which provides an in-depth look at the 2014 shooting of seventeen-year-old Laquan McDonald by Jason Van Dyke of the Chicago Police Department. The shooting took place on October 20, 2014. ... Read full article
by Dr. Gerald D. Curry on March 1, 2021
Local Little League Baseball Team | Receives Necessary Equipment
by Dr. Gerald D. Curry on March 1, 2021
The East Palo Alto T-Ball/Pitching Machine is the recent recipient of a much-needed donation of baseball equipment and supplies that will assist this upcoming season. ... Read full article
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