As Latoya Holman dares to have a vision and dreams for Nevadans and for our country in 2021, she is filled with energy, focus, and hope. Her vision for all of us? To embrace respect, learn with openness, focus on common ground, have empathy for others, and collaborate like our future depends on it.
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For nearly 30 years The Center has risen to the challenge of meeting the ever-changing needs of the LGBTQ+ community of Southern Nevada.
The Henderson Equality Center is a community supported organization created to engage, empower, enrich, and advance the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, allies, and queer community of Henderson, Nevada.
Kortney Olson is at it again. The CEO of the multi-million dollar GRRRL Clothing brand and certified badass is (still) on a mission to empower womxn and see diet culture burn.
She Fest was founded in 2013 by community member Kelcie Kopf. “The convergence of two realizations led to: there was a scarcity of events that supported and encouraged community among women,” said Kopf.
Her voice, her story. The herstory movement has origins dating back to the 1970s and has evolved into a culture that is rewriting history to include women that were erased from history and their contributions.
The pandemic will end and we will eventually return to a world that allows social activity. It is just going to take time. The reality is it still may be hard. But you are not alone.
Las Vegas Aces Star, A'ja Wilson, talks social justice, the Wubble and adventures in quarantine cooking.
More than three years have passed since Wendell Melton shot and killed his 14-year-old son, Giovanni. And still, there has been no closure for his family as Melton faces charges including murder, felony possession of a firearm by a prohibited person and first-degree felony child abuse.
What happens when you cross a black, lesbian, mother, warrior, and poet with racism, sexism, classism, and homophobia? The incomparable civil rights activist known as Audre Lorde. She described herself as those things and lived her life in the pursuit of having conversations about and confronting those social injustices.