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01/07/2020 – Memphis, TN - Group supports $20 Transit Fee to fund MATA, to promote Equity. By Maya Smith, Memphis Flyer. [Article]

04/05/2020 – Nashville, TN – Open Letter to Tennessee State and Local Elected Leaders About the COVID-19 Response. By Stand Up Nashville. [Article]

04/07/2020 – Memphis, TN – MICAH calls for justice, equity during COVID-19 health crisis. By Allie Herrera, WMC Action News. [Article/Video]

04/08/2020 – Memphis, TN – First local COVID numbers on race confirm disparity in virus spread. By Bill Dries, Daily Memphian. [Article]

04/09/2020 – Memphis, TN – Where public health and public policy meet and part ways. By Bill Dries, Daily Memphian. [Article]

04/23/2020 – Memphis, TN – Faith leaders push Lee to return key powers to localities. By Micaela A. Watts, Memphis Commercial Appeal. [Article]

04/23/2020 – Nashville, TN – Faith leaders call on Gov. Lee to give more power to cities, counties during pandemic. By Kathleen Serie, Fox News 17. [Article/Video]

04/24/2020 – Memphis, TN – Advocates ask government to provide COVID-19 info in languages other than. By Daniel Connolly, Memphis Commercial Appeal. [Article]

04/29/2020 – Memphis, TN – Poverty in a Pandemic: How COVID-19 is ravaging our disadvantaged communities. By Maya Smith, Memphis Flyer. [Article]

05/01/2020 – Memphis, TN – Politics Podcast: How the pandemic highlights digital divide, poverty. By Bill Dries, Daily Memphian [Podcast].

05/16/2020 – Memphis, TN – Shelby County deserves a moral budget that works for the residents. Guest Columnists, Irvin Calliste and Cardell Orrin, Memphis Commercial Appeal. [Opt Ed Article]

05/19/2020 – Memphis, TN – County’s $2.5M allocation for MATA to fund three new projects. By Maya Smith, Memphis Flyer. [Article]

05/19/2020 – Memphis, TN – Inmates at 201 Poplar pepper-sprayed over move after COVID quarantine. By Yolanda Jones, Daily Memphian. [Article]

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