Wednesday, March 3, 2021
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Slutty Vegan Pop Up Draws Hungry Crowd in Nashville

Women’s Month officially kicked off in Nashville this past weekend when a successful Woman owned business drew hundreds of people for their food pop up.

COVID-19 Community Assessment Centers Severe Weather Protocol

The Metro Nashville and Davidson County COVID-19 Community Assessment Centers operated by Meharry Medical College will operate with the following severe weather protocols for the safety of the public and personnel at the outdoor assessment centers.
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Blacklingual creator Ren Jones (Courtesy Photo)

Black YouTuber Creates Black Language Movement

Ren Jones is a YouTuber who teaches Spanish specifically for the Black community. Now, he is creating a movement to build support for Black language learning for all languages.

Iconic Actress Cicely Tyson Dies at 96

Famed actress Cicely Tyson, best known for her portrayal of strong African-American women passed away Thursday at the age of 96, her longtime manager Larry Thompson confirmed to news outlets. “With heavy heart, the family of Miss Cicely Tyson announces her peaceful transition this afternoon. At this time, please allow the family their privacy,” according to a statement issued through Thompson.

The NMAAM Journey

The vision behind the museum is to be the only museum dedicated solely to educating, preserving and celebrating the influence African Americans have had on music. Based in Nashville, Tenn., as a part of the Fifth + Broadway development, the museum will share the story of the American soundtrack by integrating history and interactive technology to bring musical heroes of the past into the present.

Author Eric E. Brown to Discuss his Book “Weekend Reflections” with Writer Molly Secours

Weekend Reflections is a graphic memoir that shows the journey of a black man becoming a vulnerable and courageous human being through words and pictures. The book travels through Blackness, relationships, religion, culture, and Hip Hop to fully-paint life against the colorless assumptions made by a first glance. Weekend Reflections is a stream of consciousness with out-loud visuals that are full of ambiguous thoughts, contrarian views, and insightful experiences of a Southern, Black, Hip Hop Man that hopes to grow and find understanding by saying the things that are usually left unsaid.

Mayor John Cooper, Baltimore Mayor Place Friendly Wager Ahead Of Titans and Ravens NFL Playoffs Game

Mayor John Cooper and Baltimore Mayor Brandon M. Scott today made a friendly wager on the outcome of this weekend’s NFL playoff game. Mayor Cooper looks forward to the showdown between the Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens. Last year, the Titans beat the Ravens 28-12 in a thrilling 2020 AFC Divisional Round game.
Millions of Americans face hunger this year. (Photo by: Shape Charge |

How to Help the Millions of Americans Facing Hunger

Millions of people nationwide face hunger. And the COVID-19 pandemic has thrust even more Americans into this vulnerable position.


Is Your Workplace Taking This COVID-19 Precaution?

Despite safety efforts and countless resources spent, factories, warehouses and labor union workers are continuing to be hit hard by COVID-19. As the vaccine slowly rolls out nationwide, ensuring that viruses can’t spread through surface contact remains a crucial component in keeping America’s workforce safe. New technology can help.


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