Stand With John Lewis Against White-Washing of Civil Rights History

Stand With John Lewis Against White-Washing of Civil Rights History

This weekend President Donald Trump will attend the opening of the new Civil Rights Museum in Jackson, Mississippi at the invitation of Governor Phil Bryant. The announcement has attracted national headlines, especially as civil rights leaders like Representative John Lewis have responded with intentions to boycott the opening ceremony in protest of the President’s attendance. “I think his presence would make a mockery of everything that people tried to do to redeem the soul of America and to make this country better,” Lewis told reporters this week as the White House lambasted his decision. 

Senators Alexander and Corker: Can You Hear Us Now?

Senators Alexander and Corker: Can You Hear Us Now?

All people of conscience and courage (family and pet friendly!) were invited to rally at Elmington Park (corner of West End and Bowling Avenues) followed by a silent march to the nearby Nashville residence of Senator Lamar Alexander to hold a candlelight vigil. This was a peaceful, lawful vigil urging Senator Alexander to consider the damage he will inflict on millions of American families if he votes for this cruel legislation.