Stand Up Nashville

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Stand Up Nashville is a coalition of community based organizations and labor unions that represent the working people of Nashville who have seen our city transformed by development, but have not shared in the benefits of that growth. We believe that development and growth are an opportunity to invest and strengthen our local communities.

Our Mission is to ensure that public investments in development are leveraged to create economic opportunities for all Nashvillians, pathways to quality, middle-class jobs, and affordable housing so that all communities may benefit from the growth of our city.[1]


Stand Up Nashville Co-Chairs Odessa Kelly & Anne Barnett.[2]


MauraLee Albert, Rosa Ponce[3], Ethan Link[4], Melissa Smith and Samuel X. Gray[5], Garrett Stark[6], Sekou Franklin[7], Ashford Hughes, Sr.[8], LaChanda Moore, Anna Carella, Isaac Yao Addae, Brenda Gadd, Jackie Cornejo and Odessa Kelly, [9],


Stand Up Nashville activists Ethan Link, Anne Barnett and MauraLee Albert.


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