“Every community has a stake in our youth & reentry”
Maurice Clark, Sr. of One Nation By Conviction shared his experiences and facilitated empowering testimonies shared by friends from the East Knoxville community at New Salem Baptist Church on November 7th.
Karly Safar announced the Fight for $15 nationwide day of action this coming Tuesday, November 10th. The day will start at McDonalds on Cumberland Avenue (rain or shine) at 6 a.m. and then at the City-County Building at 11 a.m.
Sign up and invite everyone you know to the action in your city.
To see photos of the action in Tennessee follow Put The People First on instagram.
Attendees were encouraged to register to vote, importance of local elections in the coming year here in Knoxville was noted. One Nation By Conviction, “a group of people under the same government treated unfairly, unjust and incarcerated by prejudice,” provided the Certificate of Restoration of Voting Rights form. You can find it online here.
Check out photos of the One Nation By Conviction action in downtown Knoxville at the Howard Baker Jr. Federal Court House courtyard from the Knoxville News Sentinel.
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