Listed in chronological order
KNOXVILLE NAACP MEMBER MEETING; March 5, 6-7 pm, Thursday, Beck Cultural Exchange Center, Knoxville. All members and visitors are welcomed and to learn how to get involved. Monthly on the first Thursday. Pres. Rev. John Butler
COMMUNITY CONVERSATION: Disparities in Educational Outcomes, 5:30-7:30 pm, Thurs., March 5, at Fulton High School. A presentation and breakout sessions to address: Discipline, Student Support, School Culture, and the role of the KCS Ombudsman. Hosted by Evetty Satterfield, Dist. 1, Knox County School Board representative; refreshments provided. For more information, visit KCS Facebook page.
DIVERSITY BUSINESS EXPO, March 5, 7 am-noon, Thursday.Free, Overcoming Believers Church.
REFUGEE RESETTLEMENT COMMUNITY CONVERSATION; 10 -11:30 am Thursday, March 5, at the American Job Center, 2700 Middlebrook Pk., Knoxville. Open to the public; updates, highlights, and challenges for refugees integrating in Knoxville, as well as strategies to better support refugees in the Knoxville community. Hosted by, Bridge Refugee Services, Inc. Volunteer orientation March 12 & 15. For more information; contact Carmella at 865-540-1311, ext. 113.
TOWN HALL EAST, 7-8:30 pm, Monday, March 9, (monthly on the 2nd Monday) at Eastminster Church Asheville Hwy. The public is welcome. Call (865) 544-8974.
KNOXVILLE NAACP HOUSING COMMITTEE, Noon – 1 pm, Tuesday, March 10, Clinton Chapel AME Zion Church, 546 College St. Guest Ben Bentley, KCDC Exec. Dir. will discuss “Moving into Opportunity with Section 8 Vouchers,” followed with audience questions and conversation. Bring your lunch and interested others. Meetings are bi-weekly one the 2nd and 4th Tuesday. For more information visit Knoxvillenaacp.org; email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- NKBPA Happy Hour 5:30-7:30 pm, Weds., March 25 at ELST Brewing Company, 2419 N. Central St. a part of the proceeds to be donated to Care Cuts, that provides free monthly haircuts and grooming services.to Knoxville’s homeless and less fortunate.
CAPITOL CONNECTIONS, 8-9 am, Friday, March 13, Knoxville Chamber, Market Square. Learn about legislation impacting the regional business community from the delegates representing your interests on the hill. Hosted by the Knoxville Chamber of Commerce.
LONSDALE NEIGHBORHOOD ASSC., 6-7 pm, Thursday, March 26th, at Lonsdale Elementary School. Monthly on the 4th Thursday.
EAST KNOX BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL ASSOC. Monthly meetings on the 3rd Thurs., at 7:30 a.m. at various locations in East Knoxville. Breakfast, networking, and business meeting. For speaker and location updates visit the Facebook page.
- Health Seminar: The State of Black Health in Tennessee, 8:30 am- 2 pm, Sat., March 21; Austin-East High School. Co-sponsors Alliance House Community Coalition and EKBP.
BURLINGTON RESIDENTS ASSOC, For monthly meeting schedule and more information; email; Deborah.email@example.com.
SOCM KNOXVILLE, 2507 Mineral Springs Ave. Ste D. Monthly meetings are 6:30-8 pm on the 4th Monday. An on-going campaign to end discriminatory lending practices and civil injustices. All are welcome to attend. Statewide Organizing for Community eMpowerment. For more information; email firstname.lastname@example.org; or call 865-249-7488.
LIVE AND RECORDED COVERAGE OF KNOX COUNTY AND CITY OF KNOXVILLE PUBLIC MEETINGS: www.ctvknox.org/meetings/
KNOXVILLE CITY COUNCIL, 6 PM – 8 PM, Tuesday, March 10, (and every other Tuesday following) in the Main Assembly Room of the City-County Building. Workshops are on alternate Tuesdays at 5:30 pm. http://knoxvilletn.gov/government/city_council/city_council_schedule
KNOX COUNTY COMMISSION, meets in regular session at 4 pm Monday, March 23 (the Fourth Monday monthly) in the Large Assembly Room of the City-County Building. Knoxcounty.org
KNOX COUNTY SCHOOL BOARD meets in regular session at 5 pm, Weds., March 11 (the 2nd & 4th Wednesday) at the City-County Main Assembly room. Work sessions are at 5 pm, on alternate Wednesdays.