The event will take place
from 2-4 p.m., at Steve and Judy Turner Recital Hall at the Blair
School of Music at
Bredesen's veto sends a vital message to legislators who surely have spent too much time in Nashville bars during the current legislative session: Perhaps it is time to consider some sobering facts before setting in motion a set of new laws that will increase the risk of serious bodily harm or death to innocent bystanders in Tennessee.
The hotel that was hosting our symposium has bowed to intimidation. They cancelled our plans due to concerns for the "health, safety and welfare of their employees and other guests."According to the New English Review's symposium schedule, the event "will be held at an [sic] secure, undisclosed location." When called by the Scene, Loews Vanderbilt had no comment, which leaves the cause for the cancellation open to speculation. Did Loews get threatening emails or calls? Did they figure out what the symposium was about, and fear alienating guests and employees who may be Muslim? Or did they just decide they didn't want to have anything to do with these agents of intolerance? It's anyone's guess. In related news, the Scene was thrilled to learn we were featured on the blog Bare Naked Islam, whose slogan is, "It isn't Islamophobia when they really ARE trying to kill you." Another feather in our cap.
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