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“You should care about what’s happening to your neighbor, even if your neighbor doesn’t look like you.”

Weekly Q&A: Arlene Rivera’s Immigrant Justice Initiative helps—and humanizes—the undocumented

July 22nd, 2015

“You should care about what’s happening to your neighbor, even if your neighbor doesn’t look like you.”

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  • The woman behind the Game Show Network’s most-watched original TV show ever shares backstage stories and details of her life as an artist, mom and ...

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  • The CatalystCreativ founder wasn’t among Forbes’ 30 Under 30 for nothing.

  • Hal Prince's Broadway: An Evening in Word and Song arrives at the Smith Center May 14.

  • The 100 Centennial murals are great.

  • The former executive for MGM Resorts and Station Casinos shares how experience has shaped his approach to building something different at SLS.

  • The dressage champion talks Olympic memories, his love for Vegas crowds and the power of David Bowie.

  • Annie Clark talks riding bicycles with David Byrne, Popeye and pizza as music.

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