In today’s episode, we explore the legacy of Nashville’s Freedom Riders with poets and a journalist. Then we’re joined by a local Civil Rights activist to learn more about her participation in the sit-ins and the role that education plays in preserving the legacy of the Civil Rights Movement.
Women appear in as few as 10 percent of the songs on country radio. How did we get here? And how have women found ways to fight back and find paths for themselves? Writer and journalist Marissa R. Moss unpacks these questions and more.
In today’s episode, we’re joined by two trustees of the Iroquois Steeplechase to learn about the race’s history and its origins in the sport of fox hunting. To find out more about the Iroquois Steeplechase today, we’ll hear from an organizer of last year’s Black at Steeplechase event and a journalist who has covered the race for the past decade.
In this episode, Dr. Stephen Loyd – the vice president of the state board medical examiners – offers his insight into harm reduction strategies and recent state legislation that aims to increase access to naloxone and fentanyl test strips?
In this episode, we examine how we got to this pivotal moment in the future of abortion access. We also talk about what it’s like to get an abortion in Tennessee, and a board certified OB-GYN and reproductive health advocate answers community questions about abortion and pregnancy.
On this episode, we hear from Nashville residents with ties to Ukraine, a filmmaker documenting the conflict, and others who are leading aid efforts.