A Wake-Up Call 

Shelby County Democrats should distance themselves from “Judge” Joe Brown’s sexist, homophobic, anti-party slander.

It was one year ago that the Memphis City Council passed the non-discrimination ordinance, which would protect city workers from discriminatory action based on sexual identity and orientation. The Tennessee Equality Project was at the forefront of grass-roots lobbying and organizing to…

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