After a year of feeling undervalued, unsafe and overworked, hospitality workers now see a high demand for their services, often at competitive wages.
Kendra Lee’s family was her first beloved community. They organized get-togethers so everyone got a seat and a plate. An early baptism for the work to come.
I asked Black mothers across the country — who are the true experts on the issue— to tell me about the gun violence that has shaped their lives.
By a vote of 12 to 1, Davis was confirmed to the position. Councilman Martavius Jones was the only “no” vote.
The Memphis City Council and Byhalia Pipeline agreed to a temporary cease-fire in their fight over the project’s development and an ordinance against it
Cerelyn “C.J.” Davis fielded relatively innocuous, pre-screened questions during an hourlong virtual forum. Here are some key moments.
Charity or manipulation? Memphis nonprofits discuss, defend accepting donations from Byhalia Pipeline
Byhalia Pipeline arrived in Memphis with gifts in one hand and plans for a crude oil pipeline in the other and called both community investments.
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