TN Minority Pages

Just as Nashville and the surrounding areas undergoes revitalization in their historical communities, so does another Middle Tennessee staple. Tennessee Minority Pages (formerly Tennessee Black Pages) has rebranded its look and broadened its reach to provide the most dependable source of minority business listings!

Whether you are a long time resident looking for a new salon, a newcomer desiring to join a cultural association, or a guest in the area in search of a specific ethnic restaurant… Tennessee Minority Pages is your one-stop minority resource!

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Spotlight Tennessee

WAKO Team USA and Team Canada Kickboxing Comes to Nashville

On Saturday September 30th the organization American K-1 Kickboxing promotions hosted a World Association of Kickboxing Organizations (WAKO). Patrons enjoyed an international competition in Nashville, TN. The event packed them in and drew even more productive, positive light to the city and Mid-State. The United States National K-1 Kickboxing Team battled the Canadian National K-1 […]

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Nashville NAACP Membership Luncheon was a phenomenal success

Recently, the Nashville Branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) solidified their effort, to show unity across multiple generations and backgrounds. This was done by hosting the ‘Coming Together…Unity in Action’ Life Membership Luncheon at the Cal Turner Family Center at Meharry Medical College. During the event, local leaders were recognized for their […]

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In its second year, the luncheon included panelists and entrepreneurs from multiple industries. Nashville, Tenn. (Mar. 13, 2017) – Nashville nonprofit organization Legacy Makers held its second “Power of WE: Women Entrepreneurs” Luncheon at Belmont University’s Inman Conference Center on Thursday, March 9. More than 100 women entrepreneurs and businesswomen were in attendance. “We think that this year’s event was […]

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Business Highlights

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Kinder Care Learning Center

At KinderCare Learning Centers, we accept Infants through 12 years of age. We focus on developmental skills that are assist children in their future path of learning: Language and Literacy Development Executive Function Social and Emotional Development Physical Development and Wellness Cognitive Development Creative Expressions We also have summer camp for school agers and a […]

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Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce

In 1998, the Nashville Black Chamber of Commerce was founded by Rosetta Miller Perry, publisher of the Tennessee Tribune and Contempora Magazine. The organization was established in 1998 as a 501(c)3 not for profit organization. In 2003, the Chamber was re-chartered as a 501(c)4 organization. This re-chartering allowed the Chamber to function as a Civic Association with […]

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Jason Luntz is a the founder of Thejluntzreport, a consulting firm that focuses on new media strategy that utilizes original content, multimedia projects, website design, and social networks to help organizations build an online presence.  Jason has been actively immersed in social media since 2008 when he began his career writing online for various blogs. As social media […]

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