This category is for listing sites that concern the make up of the local community: its people, its history, and resources and institutions that serve the people. Subjects include religion, clubs and lodges, reunions, women, men, seniors, kids, teens, activism, alternative sexuality, genealogy, and personal home pages.
State-sponsored program teaches parents how to work with their preschool-age children to resolve and prevent behavior problems. News and information about the program, including a directory of locations.
Provides a variety of services for children who have been removed from their natural homes or are in crisis, single mothers, and families. Information about programs, locations, and ministries.
Online discussions of the state, particularly for people considering relocating.
Association of 27 agencies working to improve the lives of low-income children by providing child development services that are family focused, including education, health, nutrition and mental health.
Advocacy for immigrants and refugees in the state, regardless of their legal status. Information about member organizations, focus areas, accomplishments, and current activities.
Analysis by UT law students of the experiences and needs of Latino immigrants in the state. Includes discussions and extensive advice on the legal rights/responsibilities of immigrants and migrant workers.
Encourages Tennesseans to show empathy and respect for immigrants and visitors, and promotes public discourse on immigration with the goal of combating misinformation and improving mutual understanding.
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