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VIDEO: What is Kingian Nonviolent Strategy?

TSD Correspondent Lee Eric Smith chats with SCLC Jonathan "Globe" Lewis about how to effect change.

Go away, O.J. . . .

A diminished Juice brings back all the stains that can’t be scrubbed clean.

Local Democrats ready to get back after it

Multicultural and multigenerational. That’s how Memphis attorney Carlissa Shaw described the vision for the new Shelby County Democratic Party.

SCLC eyes entry into the rap game

Hip-hop project among expected highlights at convention.

MOVING ON UP!

Perfect partners: Tannera Gibson and the law.

"Have we made progress?" — A follow-up response

Fisher pushes back about recent MABJ panel, progress of movement.

VIDEO: SCLC to announce hip-hop project this week

National Convention set to start at Peabody Hotel on Thursday; Agenda released.

VIDEO: Former Tiger Tarik Black talks about a "Righteous Revolution"

TSD talks with NBA Player and mother at Tarik Black Foundation event.

MPD, DOJ division probe better police relations

Rallings reflects on the bridge shutdown at Hickory Hill community meeting.

CCC marks bridge shutdown with piercing ‘Street Theatre’

Tom Lee Park event commemorates bridge protest of 2016.

MOVING ON UP!

Tucker takes over as president of Black Business Association.

Frank Gottie emerges as unlikely activist, hero

When Frank Gibson was a younger man, he went the way of many other young men in Memphis and elsewhere, choosing to take on a new name – Frank Gottie – to buff up his identity as a street gangster.

False MLGW, Z-Bo rumor inspires wave of true generosity

When MLGW kiosks went bananas on the morning of July 8, thousands of people lined up at payment centers to pay their utility bills.

HCD director grooving his own course

South City oversight reflects “personal connection” to Foote Homes.

#MLK50: Sanitation workers of ’68 get retirement help

The Memphis City Council on Wednesday approved Mayor Jim Strickland’s call for $50,000 grants to help sanitation workers from 1968 retire with less worry.

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