We Live in Interesting Times

NASHVILLE, TN — The long bitter campaign is over. The markets tumbled on the shocking news that Donald Trump won the White House. Politico called...
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Take 10 On Tuesdays Featuring Sandra L. Barnes Ph.D.

Sandra Barnes, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University Assistant Vice Chancellor of the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion is this week’s guest on Take 10 On...

The Gig Economy

The unemployment rate in the United States has dropped below 5%.  While the unemployment rate in the state of Tennessee is right around 6%...

Tennessee Tribune Heartily Endorses Hillary Clinton

Few elections have ever had a bigger disparity in candidacy fitness and suitability than the upcoming Presidential election. This nation has had eight years...

Mayor Unveils Designs for Family Justice Center

NASHVILLE, TN — Mayor Megan Barry was joined by Chief Steve Anderson, other Metro officials and community leaders to break ground and celebrate the...

Vote on Tuesday!

NASHVILLE, TN — With early voting ending, about half of Tennessee voters cast early ballots. As others wait until Tuesday to select Hillary Clinton...

Brunson, ABC News ‘Person of the Week’

NASHVILLE, TN — Ms. Burnece Walker Brunson, the 101-year-old TSU alumna and member of the 1934-1935 Tennessee A&I College cheerleading squad, is ABC News’...

A Recognition of Service to Tennessee

To the Nashville Community, The Tennessee Tribune, the only African-American statewide audited newspaper, spotlighting positive achievements of citizens, local and national, on November 1, celebrates...

Tennessee Tribune Plays Major Role in the Community

NASHVILLE, TN — For decades, the news media has played an important role in our city, state, nation and world. At its best, the...

Like, Comment and Share: Why Social Media is Important to the Tribune

When The Tennessee Tribune was founded in 1991, the average American had not heard of the internet. Most people had no idea that one...