NABJ Nashville honors media professionals, raises $10,000 for scholarships

Several Nashville media professionals were honored Sunday during the Nashville Association of Black Journalists (NABJ)'s first ever Headliners & Heroes Scholarship Reception.

Of those proceeds, $3,000 will be used to establish the Sandra Long Weaver Scholarship, which is named for one of the honorees who was among founders of the National Association of Black Journalists.  Read more>>

Featuring Take 10 on Tuesday: Presidential Debate Discussion

Who do you think won the first presidential debate on Sept. 26? Tune into Take 10 on Tuesdays with The Tennessee at to see what several local politicians thought about the performances of Secretary Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump.

Mayor Barry Should Listen To Consensus Forum

Making Nashville a better place to live and work is not only the priority for newly-installed Mayor Megan Barry but also for 35 African American women who earlier this month shared tea stories about their communities at the second annual Tea and Conversations event.
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In memory of the slain members of Mother Emmanuel AME Church

If I could have a cup of tea with anyone today, it would be the families of the slain pastor and members of Mother Emmanuel AME Church in Charleston, S.C.

Watch Take 10 Featuring Phillis Qualls-Brooks

Phyllis Qualls-Brooks, a member of the Nashville chapter of the Coalition of 100 Black Women talks about the upcoming event on March 28th, Sister for Sister Conference.