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In early 2022,  THJ Board Member John Ashworth gave a presentation to Meta staff detailing his combined work with the Lynching Sites Project and Tennesseans for Historical Justice.  John has held leadership roles in both organizations, including Executive Director for LSP and Board President for both LSP and THJ.  He is currently a Board member with both groups.  Under his wise leadership, both organizations have grown and contributed to the important work of racial justice and healing in the state of Tennessee. 
John continues to work on the legacy of racial conciliation, and thanks to the generosity of Meta, this work will continue. We are so thankful to the Racial Justice Task Force at Meta for supporting the work of THJ with a donation.  
It's Election Day in Tennessee - Go Vote!
Campaign signs line Fulton Greer Lane in Franklin, Tenn., near the Franklin Recreation Complex, Thursday, April 28, 2022.  Stephanie Amador / The Tennesseean
Today, voters have choices to make: we will choose some of the people who will run the criminal legal system for the next eight years and we will choose a vision for the county we want to live in. 

Check your voter registration and find your designated polling location. Be sure to confirm your location as some voting sites have changed. Polls are open until 7 p.m. 
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Click below to listen to Board Member David Johnson interview Co-Founder Jim Emison on the inspiration of THJ.

THJ is an anti-racist organization that seeks to uncover the truth about racial violence striving for transformation and healing. Our Podcast hosts and guests will help us explore that.
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