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Lunch & Learn - The History of North Nashville: Building a Community

Presented by Tennessee State Museum at Tennessee State Museum, Nashville TN

Feb 15 2017
Lunch & Learn - The History of North Nashville: Building a Community

Bring your lunch to the State Museum for a free Lunch & Learn program presented by Dr. Learotha Williams, Associate Professor of African American and Public History at Tennessee State University. The presentation entitled, The History of North Nashville: Building a Community; Challenging Jim Crow, will take place on B Level of the museum in front of the stage.

Dr. Williams is currently an Associate Professor of African American and Public History at Tennessee State University. He was previously the Assistant Professor of African American and Public History & Coordinator of the African American Studies Program at Armstrong State University and a scholar in African American History, Post-Civil War America and Black Studies at Florida State University.

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Tennessee State Museum

1000 Rosa L Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37208

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Free parking is available in the parking lot which is located between the Museum and the Nashville Farmers’ Market. There is also free two-hour parking available along 6th and 7th Avenues. Because there are a limited number of these spots used by both Museum and Farmers' Market visitors, it is highly recommended that on the weekends, visitors seek alternate modes of transportation to visit the Museum. State of Tennessee parking lots are available Monday through Friday, after 5:30pm, or on weekends unless otherwise stated or reserved. Terms and conditions of use may vary according to the requested lot.

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