Nashville organizers are calling for city officials to prevent evictions when the moratorium ends on July 31.
Jennifer Novo knows firsthand what the experiences are for many Latino students who choose to go to college. It isn’t just because she’s heard thousands of stories while working in higher education for the past two decades. It’s because she’s lived some of them.
In this episode, we’ll take you through the emotional day in court when former Officer Andrew Delke took a plea deal instead of going to trial.
Five months later, and Nashville’s city council, mayor and vice mayor are still caught up in a fight about a board nomination that would usually sail through.
The event honoring the late Georgia congressman was held on a street renamed in his honor. John Lewis Way, formerly Fifth Avenue, is where Lewis demonstrated at lunch counters and received an award from Martin Luther King Junior at the Ryman.
Residents of a Dickerson Pike mobile home community are asking for more time to find a place to move after around 50 families received notice that they needed to be out by the end of August, as the owner of the property is trying to sell the land under their homes.
This weekend, the city will commemorate the portion of Fifth Avenue renamed after the civil rights icon, beginning with a memorial service Friday night at First Baptist Church. After Rep. John Lewis, who began his work in Nashville, passed away last year, Metro Council renamed the portion from Germantown to the Nashville City Cemetery, to Rep. John Lewis Way.
Valarie Brown has mixed feelings about the police.
Lower Broadway has not historically been an inviting place for the city’s Black musicians. But there are efforts underway to change that.
Nashville councilmembers gave lots of praise when the city’s budget passed with little debate last Tuesday. But shouts from activists broke through that enthusiasm.