Beverly Banks and Kiersten Marsh sat down with Tennessee Journalist to identify the goals of their campaign and exactly how they aim to achieve them.
Asra Nomani pinpointed radical Islam and lack of women’s rights as an urgent issue on Tuesday, March 7. She also discussed her vote for Donald Trump and various translations of the Quran.
Bree Newsome reflected on her role in removing the Confederate flag from South Carolina’s Capitol in 2015. She addressed the gravity of symbolism in society, calling the flag emblematic of slavery, Jim Crow laws and racial terror.
Dr. Andrew Light discusses possible stances the U.S. could take on the Paris Agreement in the face of Trump’s tepid take on global warming.
Paul Rusesabagina reflects on his role in saving over 1,000 Rwandan refugees and the implications of a passive international community. According to Rusesabagina, history will repeat itself.
The public will gather in Clarence Brown Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 11 to hear eight speakers’ thoughts covering various issues.
After the silent vigil, participants marched to the court house to deliver letters of staunch opposition to lawmakers.
Gov. Bill Haslam proposed tax cuts, education initiatives and infrastructure improvement in a joint session of the Tennessee General Assembly on Monday, Jan. 30 at 7 p.m. ET.
Multiple campus locations will open on Monday, Jan. 30 at 11 a.m. For each donor, a $10 donation will be made to The Pat Summitt Foundation.
An open discussion about the keys to navigating the competitive job markets of government, politics and law from panelists in each field.