Walk In Love

Join us in Nashville to pray, walk and remember the Nashville Student Non-Violent Resistance march of April 19th, 1960. The march began with students at TSU and was joined by students and other community members gathered at Atty. Z. Alexander Looby’s home (2012 Meharry Blvd), continuing down Jefferson Street to the Metro Courthouse.

Attn: Date Change Sat April 21!

Rescheduled due to weather. Get Together and VOTE!

Bring the whole family out for a FREE community wide BLOCK PARTY with live performances, a Greek Showcase by local fraternities and sororities, a Kids Corner, activities, food and fun! A Party Bus shuttle will take attendees to vote at the Bordeaux Library precinct.

Register Voters Before It’s Too Late

Tennessee is 50th in voter turnout and 40th in registration and it’s time to make a comeback! April 2 is the last day to register to vote in the May 1 primaries and Tennessee Advocates for Planned Parenthood is looking for volunteers to register voters at Nashville State Community College 120 White Bridge Rd, Nashville, TN 37209 this Wednesday 3/28 and Thursday 3/29.

#GetCivic at Third and Lindsley to Benefit Headcount

Join us at 3rd And Lindsley for voter registration and civic matchmaking before and after the fabulous Will HogeAngaleena PresleyMatraca BergErin Enderlin and Tim Easton take the stage and bring us their beautiful song. All ticket sales benefit Headcount, our favorite national voter registration organization.

March For Our Lives

On March 24, the kids and families of March For Our Lives will take to the streets to demand that their lives and safety become a priority and that we end this epidemic of mass school shootings. The collective voices of the March For Our Lives movement will be heard. Not in DC?

Stand with Your Muslim Neighbors

I value equality.

Stand with your rainbow of neighbors from every religion, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, economic status, age, and ability. Out of many, we are one.

Action: Stand with your Muslim neighbors.

Write: The State Department.

Script: The Administration’s nominee to lead the UN IOM, Ken Isaacs, has tweeted several comments that vilify Muslims.

Practice Gratitude

Acts of Gratitude

Get out your stamps, postcards, and sparkle markers for some gratitude mail.

Thank Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-HI), during Senate Judiciary Committee, for continuing to ask judicial nominees, under oath, if they have a history of sexual assault or harassment. I am so grateful to you for highlighting this important issue.

Stand with Readers and Learners in Prison

I value equality.

Stand with your rainbow of neighbors from every religion, race, ethnicity, culture, gender, sexual orientation, economic status, age, and ability. Out of many, we are one.

The Prison Book Program is a volunteer-run nonprofit that sends free books to people in prison in 44 states. Last year, they sent well over 12,300 books and received touching letters about how much they mean to people behind bars.