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Making Memphis - events

The Road to We: Memphis’ Past, Present & Future- A Community Round Table

April 20, 2019  12 - 4 pm

Pink Palace Mansion Theater

Sponsored by the First Tennessee Foundation

Hosted by Win Sum Agency and Storyboard Memphis, in collaboration with the Pink Palace Museum's Bicentennial exhibit, Making Memphis.

The event will host a lively discussion with local leaders and experts as they share their experience, thoughts and vision for Memphis' future, while advocating for action around Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s Six Principles of Nonviolence. The event will be filmed by documentary filmmaker Lakethen Mason.

We will take a hard look at where we are as a local culture based on Dr. Martin Luther King’s six areas of social change.

Are we there yet? If not, what should we do to make certain we get there? We will also openly and candidly approach the topics of race, equity, and equality and discover ways to address these areas of concern to ensure a unified, forward progression of Memphis as we know it.

Our discussion will be led by panelists of diverse age, race, gender, ethnic, and ideological backgrounds, from organizations such Sistersupply, Facing History and Ourselves, and Frayser Community Development Corporation.

Together, they will provide integral context to our complicated past, unclear present, and uncertain future and provide insight on ways to move forward together and stay connected to Dr. King's philosophy of creating lasting social change for all.

This is event is free and open to the public though seating is limited. Reserve tickets here:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/the-road-to-we-exploring-memphis-past-present-future-tickets-59589656266

Click to learn more about Storyboard MemphisWin Sum Agency , and the Making Memphis exhibit.


200 has a Lot to Say: Memphis Stories

Saturday, May 18

Pink Palace Museum  11am- 4pm

Sponsored by the First Tennessee Foundation

Celebrate Memphis’s birthday with a day of live storytelling and performances highlighting specific people, events and communities in our city’s history. This family friendly event is free with general museum admission.

Memphis Bicentennial Birthday Celebration

Saturday, May 18

Lichterman Nature Center  10am - 2pm

Sponsored by the First Tennessee Foundation

A family fun event featuring hands-on activity stations highlighting specific time periods over the past 200 years at Lichterman, bicentennial exhibit updates, lawn games and light refreshments. Will be great spots to picnic and enjoy a very special day at the Nature Center.

Bicentennial History Talks

Sunday, May 19   4pm

Mallory-Neely House

Join us for a Bicentennial History Talk with Dr. Beverly Bond.

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