Today, there are almost 1500 Sisters worldwide with over 50 houses in North America and houses on nearly every continent in the world. The Music City Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence (MCSPI) formed in 2010 when they took the plunge and opened the Nashville house.
COVID-19 has affected pretty much every aspect of our daily lives. While we’re getting “back to normal” there’s still a need to remain cautiously aware.
Photographer David Duplessis with Tennesseephotographs.com took to the streets back at the beginning of quarantine to give us a glimpse of life during the pandemic.
Rainbow Families, one of the nation’s largest non-profit organizations providing LGBTQ+ families and prospective parents with education programs, support groups, empowerment and opportunities to connect, announced their Annual Family Conference will continue this year as a virtual program, August 8 and 9 2020.
The Tennessee Equality Project (TEP) is sharing stories of LGBTQ people in Tennessee who work in the health field during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their fourth Tennessee LGBTQ story from the front lines of health care during the COVID-19 pandemic comes from Heather Walls (pictured above).
The Tennessee Equality Project (TEP) is sharing stories of LGBTQ people in Tennessee who work in the health field during the COVID-19 pandemic. Their third Tennessee LGBTQ story highlighting individuals working on the front lines of health care during the COVID-19 pandemic comes from Dustin Cross (pictured above).