Local politicians in conjunction with Fedfam4life, Nashville Peacemakers, Project Return, Cut50, Women’s March of Tennessee, Mothers over Murder, Magdalene Program, and FED Pain met with local citizens to share perspective on the impact of the justice system. (courtesy photo)

National Day of Empathy comes to Capitol Hill

NASHVILLE PRIDE — The Nashville community joined the entire county in celebrating the National Day of Empathy on March 5. According to Bureau of Justice statistics, over 2.3 million people are behind bars in the United States, which is more than any other nation in the world. […read more]

Hillsboro High School students at TSU’s Honors Week.

High achieving students from Hillsboro High School interact with TSU’s best and brightest during honors week

NASHVILLE PRIDE — The Tennessee State University Honors College recently hosted 31 high achieving students from Nashville’s Hillsboro High School as part of TSU Honors Week celebration. The Honors College and Hillsboro High are partners in a two-year exceptional student acceleration program called IBDP, or Academy of the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme, that nurtures students to excel in higher education. […read more]

Buddy Guy (photo by Paul Natkin)

Americana Music Festival returns September 11-16

NASHVILLE PRIDE — The 19th annual AMERICANAFEST®: The Americana Music Festival & Conference will take place September 11-16, 2018 in Nashville. For the 19th consecutive year, the six-day festival and conference will once again fill the Music City with legends, newcomers, award-winners, and buzz-worthy artists, showcasing the breadth of Americana’s influence on a global scale. […read more]