Our recent Op-Ed in The Tennessean explains why we decided to write a mission statement for Nashville — what we are calling a “Community Covenant” — and includes the text of the Covenant. It also lists the 50 candidates who have agreed, if elected, to sponsor or support the Community Covenant and its recommendations in the form of a non-binding resolution to the Metro Council.
Professor Ken Chilton summarizes our April 6th forum on Work, Wages, and the Future of Nashville. And he issues a call-to-action to Nashville residents, business leaders, non-profits, clergy, and elected officials to join us in tackling the critical issue of economic equity.
Our Op-Ed about our forum “Nashville Rising: Work, Wages, and the Future of Nashville” on April 6, 2019 at Tennessee State University's Avon Williams campus, which was focused on the realities of and solutions to income inequality in Nashville.
A Voice Co-Chair Avi Poster calls on the Metro Council to pass a resolution to create path for inclusionary zoning in Music City.