It looks we’ll have a low-key weekend in Music City, but that’s okay. What is happening is way cool, and whatever time you can’t fill with events can be used for deep thought surrounding this week’s anniversary of the US bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and how you best can help increase peace in the world. Let’s explore what’s happening!
Tomorrow and Saturday, some good Nashville peaceniks are making their way to Knoxville, where the Oak Ridge Environmental Peace Alliance is hosting its annual peace protest to remember the 1945 bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Got some free time over the next two days, and have a hankering to do some good? Learn how you can be part of the journey and celebration. And check out other Friday activities in Nashville.
Monday is a quiet day on the prog front, but there are things to do Tuesday and Wednesday. The next couple of days also presents an opportunity — if you haven’t already voted in the mayoral polling — to do your homework on the candidates and issues that will be on the ballot for the Aug. 6 2015 Metro Nashville and Davidson County Election. On to the events…
It’s a fairly quiet week for activist libs in Music City, but what’s happening is choice. Get out and about and work toward getting informed, supporting progressive candidates, and making a difference. And don’t forget: Early Voting in the Metro Nashville and Davidson County election is still underway.
As David Letterman used to say, I’m tired, but it’s a good kind of tired. I was one of about 100 men, women, and children who turned up the heat for justice and love in today’s March Against Fear at the Tennessee State Capitol in downtown Nashville. The marchers, who came from Nashville, Chattanooga, and other […]
Mandela Day, fast becoming an international observance, offers us an opportunity to ponder our responsibility to those around us, to reflect on what good we are doing, and to commit to what we will do to change the world.
There will be a lot of diverse, thoughtful activity in Music City on Thursday. Most television is garbage: Get out of the house, expand your mind, interface with likeminded souls, and help change the world.
There will be lots going on Wednesday, July 15, for our folk in Music City. Get involved and help turn Tennessee purple.
Get the details for the July 13 meeting of Nonviolent Communication Nashville.