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801 Las Vegas Blvd. S., Ste. 150, Las Vegas, Nevada 89101, U.S.A. | United States of America
“If Black women were free, it would mean that everyone else would have to be free since our freedom would necessitate the destruction of ALL the systems of oppression.” - Combahee River Collective 1977
707 E. Carson Ave., Las Vegas, Nevada 89101, U.S.A. | United States of America
The most hotly-anticipated new eatery in downtown Las Vegas, eat is the culinary brainchild of professional chef, Natalie Young. EAT Downtown Las Vegas is a woman owned and black owned restaurant in Las Vegas, Nevada.
1951 Stella Lake Street, Ste. 26, Las Vegas, Nevada 89106, U.S.A. | United States of America
Ken Evans (graduate of the United States Air Force Academy) is currently the President of the Urban Chamber of Commerce, located in Las Vegas Nevada. The Urban Chamber serves as advocates for small businesses and veterans.
3880 West Ann Rd., Ste. 120, Las Vegas, Nevada 89031, U.S.A. | United States of America
Power starts with your vote. We want every person to embrace the power of their vote. Use their vote to elect the right leaders. Hold elected leaders accountable. Advocate for policy to promote social progress. Put that policy into practice.
2330 Paseo Del Prado, Ste. C109, Las Vegas, Nevada 89102, U.S.A. | United States of America
The Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada (PLAN) was founded in 1994 to bring together diverse and potentially competing organizations into one cohesive force for social and environmental justice in Nevada.
333 Hegenberger Rd., Oakland, California 94621, U.S.A. | United States of America
OAACC is a private non-profit organization whose mission is to advance economic opportunity and strengthen Oakland’s Black business community. The Chairwoman of the Oakland African-American Chamber of Commerce is Shonda Scott.
3065 N. Rancho Dr., Ste. 154, Las Vegas, Nevada 89130, U.S.A. | United States of America
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate racial hatred and racial discrimination.