Conversations@NPL: Jefferson Street


Sat Jun 10 2023 at 11:00 am


Nashville Public Library (615 Church St, Nashville, TN) | Nashville, TN

Join us for memories and reflections of Nashville's historic Jefferson Street over the decades.
Jefferson Street has longed served as the crossroads for Black Nashville. What began as a footpath prior to the Civil War, this historic street developed into the financial, educational, cultural, and spiritual hub of the African American community. America’s focus on Urban Renewal in the 1960s threatened this vibrant corridor. Now, after decades of determination, Jefferson Street is reclaiming its voice through community-led revitalization. Join us to learn more about Jefferson Street’s historic role in our city and how it has thrived, and survived, over the decades.
-Tasneem Grace, Mosaic Changemakers
-Edward Kindall, author and retired school board/metro council member
-Dr. Mary Ellen Pethel, Belmont University
-Dr. Learotha Williams, Tennessee State University

Where is it happening?

Nashville Public Library (615 Church St, Nashville, TN), United States

Event Location & Nearby Stays:

Nashville Public Library

Host or Publisher Nashville Public Library

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