l-r; Attorney Elliott Ozment stands with Candidate Howard Jones during a Celebration Reception at Ozment Law Firm. Ozment has an outstanding collection of artifacts about the significant movements in this country, ranging from the death of Emmitt Till in Mississippi to the Ceasar Chevez migrant workers uprising in California. All photos by Joyce Perkins Don Majors, former official with Congressman Jim Cooper talks to the audience about the importance of Howard Jones being elected State Senate-District 19. Judge Carol Soloman speaks to the crowd about the credibility of Howard Jones and his sincerity for the residents of Senate District-19 and all of metropolitan Nashville. Attorney Elliott Ozment shares information about his outstanding collection of artifacts of various Civil Rights Movements in this country with Pam Brown. Attorney Elliott Ozment talks about the pictures and artifacts dealing with the Brown vs. Board of Education. Dr. Phyllis Qualls stands with Marcus Henderson as they listen to candidate Howard Jones. l-r; Attorney Elliott Ozment with his executive assistant Jaime Gonzalez while greeting attendees at the Celebration reception. l-r; Attorney Elliott Ozment talks with Leroy Bell about the collection and what it means to him. l-r; Phoenix Doris chats with candidate Howard Jones about the importance of joining the Jones Movement and how important his candidacy. l-r; Mother and daughter, Miranda and Rebecca Head, along with Charlesetta Hall listen to candidate Jones explain that he is running for State Senate-District 19 to make a positive difference in the district and to be an effective leader. Renee Whitaker listens intently as candidate Howard Jones speaks to the crowd in explaining his core values of faith, family, fellowship and the future. Attorney Elliott Ozment talks about the importance of being a participant in the electoral process and voting. l-r; Candidate Howard Jones sits with his sister, Edwina Farmer as they listen to Attorney Ozment.