Day Thirty-Something of Quarantine Life: Ready to check Your Privilege?

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I got an email from my local homeless shelter today, an organization that I love to support with my dollars and time. The Nashville Mayor and our local Social Service agencies are teaming up with them to turn our State Fair Grounds into a makeshift shelter, to ensure people have enough space to keep the recommended six foot distance from one another. They need…




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Renee Dubeau

Renee Dubeau

College educated, foul-mouthed, tattooed, employed, opinionated, nasty woman. Advocate, activist and voice for the underserved. I make people uncomfortable.

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