We will strategically confront racial inequities in our community by engaging in collaborative justice in the areas of law enforcement, education, and healthcare for the benefit of a stronger more unified Nashville.
Community, Advocacy, Courage, & Understanding
Pillars of Focus
- School to Prison Pipeline
- Breaking Bread
- Accelerating Scholars partnership
- Health Fair Screenings
- City-Wide Partnerships
- Relational Law Enforcement
- Community & Police Listening Sessions
Justice Circle Nashville is partnering with Metro Nashville Public Schools to recruit volunteers to tutor students across Davidson County.
Breaking Bread is a quarterly luncheon event where community leaders and local citizens of all socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds come together and have respectful, constructive conversations about race, inequality, social justice, and how best to serve our local community as individuals.
Check out this January 2021 Breaking Bread event held over Zoom.👇 Nowadays, we hold Breaking Bread events in person at Nashville First Church of the Nazarene’s Woodland Mall.
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