A much-needed program, now over, that resonates through today’s Black Lives Matter movement Originally published in the November 2018 print edition of StoryBoard By Elaine…View More Behind “Prison Stories”: A Storytelling Program For Healing
Vivien Mildenberger paints a picture of an obscure Tennessee figure in the fight for women’s suffrage By Julie Danielson for Chapter16.org In 1920, Harry Burn…View More Chapter16: Giving Women a Voice
Meet your wild neighbors Wednesdays and Saturdays What better way to start your day than with a leisurely morning stroll around Mertie’s Lake and through…View More Lichterman Nature Center Offering Guided Tour Walks
NPI’s Summit Awards for Grassroots & Neighborhood Leaders Set for an Online Ceremony August 28 By Jeff Hulett, with Mark Fleischer An unsung hero of…View More Shining a light on our neighborhoods, and our grassroots leaders
A History of Memphis’ Most Maligned Street INTRODUCTION Union Avenue. The very name strikes shudders and grumblings among drivers, pedestrians and business owners alike. Today’s…View More Union Avenue Anthology. Introduction: Whatever Happened to Union Avenue?
By John Matthews Next month marks the 100th anniversary of universal women’s suffrage in America. The right for all females to vote in all elections was secured…View More Look Ma, I Amended the U.S. Constitution!
Chalkbeat Tennessee is hosting two candidate forums for the Shelby County Schools board from 5:30-7 p.m. Thursday, July 16 and 5:30-7 p.m. Monday, July 20. …View More Chalkbeat to host virtual forums for Shelby County Schools board candidates
July 21 campaign expands with week-long virtual Crafts for Care events Church Health’s third annual Giving Day will take place Tuesday, July 21 from 12:00…View More Tuesday, July 21: Church Health Giving Day to Support Health Care for Uninsured
A revealing series of self-portraits during the quarantine Here we are again. These profiles were photographed and written during the spring months when we were…View More “I didn’t want to exist anymore.” Quarantine Diaries, Memphis: Steve Williams
By G. Wayne Dowdy On Independence Day your correspondent writes a letter to his seven year old grandniece Mallorie Pierce and grandnephews, six year old…View More Wayne Dowdy’s Dateline: July 4th, and a Letter to his grand nieces and nephews