Education

Nashville Mayor on Making the City Livable, Schools Chief Search
Nashville Mayor Megan Barry -- let's call her Music  City's progressive hope -- sends a periodic newsletter paid for by Friends of Megan Barry that talks local events and issues. We share it here in the hope that it helps you stay informed…

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Nashville Peace & Justice E-Blast May 3
The Nashville Peace & Justice Center regularly shares a listing of area peace-progressive events. We share it here, and the group encourages people to share the information widely. Please attend and support the events -- do your part to help us all turn…

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Can the US Be Saved? Stream of Consciousness After Seeing ‘Where to Invade Next’
Want to make America great again? The answer lies not with Drumpf, not with Clinton’s status quo, but with what you’ll learn in Michael Moore’s latest award-winning documentary. Lesson One: Love your neighbor. Lesson Two: If you think the land of guns, greed,…

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The Daily Bern Action Alert: Make Bernie Sanders’ Speech Go Viral
We at GDPR Nashville are gobsmacked by the reaction we received to our broadcasts of Sen. Bernie Sanders' Nov. 19 address to students at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. The emails that came in response have raised our spirits by leaps and bounds.…

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The Daily Bern: Sanders Staff Nashville Visit Empowers Volunteers
I am still on a high following last night's Nashville stop of the Bernie Sanders campaign's Tennessee State Volunteer Tour. Nearly 300 people from across the Metro area were on hand at the United Auto Workers Hall to meet with Bernie 2016 staffers…

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Before Sept. 10 Nashville Election, See Barry and Fox Head to Head
Photo by ND On Aug. 16, Nashville mayoral runoff candidates Megan Barry and David Fox squared off at The Temple Church in a forum put on by Nashville Organized for Action and Hope, a coalition of 45 congregations, labor unions, and other community-focused organizations. More…

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