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The Power of Story: Interpreting Black History

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

Feb 27 2020
The Power of Story: Interpreting Black History

A free panel discussion on interpreting African American history in public spaces and museums.

In commemoration of Black History Month, the Museum presents a free panel discussion on interpreting African American history in public spaces and museums. Panelists include Brigette Jones, director of African American studies at Belle Meade Plantation; Tamar Smithers, director of education programs at the National Museum of African American Music (NMAAM); and local music historian Lorenzo Washington of the Jefferson Street Sound Museum.

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TEMPORARILY CLOSED Tennessee State Museum

1000 Rosa L Parks Blvd., Nashville, TN 37208
(Neighborhood: Downtown)

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