The Present Reality

In Nashville's low-income neighborhoods, violence is an everyday fact of life. Gangs recruit the young, stealing their childhood and, often, their life—creating a public health issue for all Nashvillians. Homicide is today the No. 1 cause of death among African-American boys ages 10-24.

Nashville Peacemakers is working to raise children on truth, giving them a vision for their future before they are lost forever.

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Rodriguez Greenlee Memorial


Tuesday, December 8, 2020 | 6 - 9 PM CST

Friendship M.B. Church Bordeaux

2800 Buena Vista Pike, Nashville, TN 37218

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On December 8, 2003, Clemmie Greenlee lost her only son to gun violence.

That same year, she founded Nashville Peacemakers to

"keep the guns out of their hands and the games out of their minds"

by promoting peace with unconditional love.


We call that being different on purpose. And it works.

We invite you to join us in person and understand if you don't.

Either way we need your help to continue being the difference.

Now more than ever.


Three programs form the pillars of Nashville Peacemakers—two giving youth in distressed neighborhoods basic life skills and self-worth to choose peaceful alternatives to violence, and another to support mothers whose child has been victimized:

A message from Clemmie

“Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the lord, and he will repay him for his deed.” 

Proverbs 19:17

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830 Fesslers Partkway, Suite 118 | 8 – 5 Mon-Fri (donation drop-offs)

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