... His blog has become a popular English-language news source for Nashville’s Hispanic community...Columbia Journalism Review: "Hispanic Nashville: News for a community within a community" March 2011
... Though the content never strays from Hispanic news, Lamb says his site is for everybody. He wants it to “introduce the Nashville community to its Hispanic members and make sure that it’s harder to form stereotypes...”Nashville City Paper: "Nashville's Hispanic community gains political influence" February 2011
... John Lamb, editor of the website Hispanic Nashville, said eight out of every 10 Latinos in Tennessee are U.S. citizens or legal immigrants...."Will an arcane legal challenge bring down Nashville's controversial 287(g) program?" January 2011
"...The ultimate goal is to increase public safety by detaining and removing those who pose a risk to the Nashville community," Hall told Hispanic Nashville in January 2007..."A favor y en contra del 'English'" August 2008
"Hispanic Nashville" link on right-hand sidebar, above "Eric Crafton"Nashville Scene: "The Bad Man of Nolensville Road" February 2007
... “There are four [Hispanic Chambers] in Middle Tennessee” alone, says John Lamb, a Nashville attorney and editor of the Hispanic Nashville Notebook (hispanicnashville.com)...Local Editor Asks For Help In Creating Immigration Ads" October 2006
...Lamb is the editor of the Hispanic Nashville notebook, a website for topics of interest to Nashville's Hispanic community. He's disappointed no one is campaigning for real dialogue on immigration instead of opting for what he terms a "weaponized" debate...