Quinton R. Arthur is a creative spirit. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English from Northern Illinois University, and his Master of Science in Journalism from Roosevelt University. Quinton is an avid reader and connoisseur of nerd culture.
“I believe businesses are important for the city of Markham. I’ve seen you all live and scramble to get your businesses up and running. I feel for you and that balance," said Alderman Rondal Jones
“There is language in the ordinance where there is a great opportunity for that money to be forgiven due to the fact that the village of Hazel Crest is considered a distress community,” said Village Manager Dante Sawyer.
“I think a lot of pressure is put on males, in particularly Black Males to be strong at all time, to be invulnerable, to be impervious to pain. It’s just not a real way that people can function,” said Sherrod.
“I have still been able to grow a business to the point where I am probably one of best known attorneys in domestic relations especially when it comes to family and children,” Quinones shared.
“When you think about how much people of color have been a part of this industry, I wanted to approach it in a way where it wasn’t them against us. It's about how gemstones are seen throughout the world,” says Mixon.