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The Road to We: Exploring Memphis’ Past, Present, Future
April 20, 2019 @ 12:00 pm - 4:00 pmFree
In collaboration with the Pink Palace Museum’s Bicentennial exhibit, Making Memphis, we took a hard look at where we are as a culture based on Dr. Martin Luther King’s six areas of social change.
Are we there? If not, what should we be doing 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.
Discussions are led by panelists from diverse ages, races, gender, ethnicities, and ideological backgrounds, from organizations such as Living Grace, Facing History and Ourselves, Playback Memphis, and Frayser Community Development Corporation.
Together, we strive to provide some integral context to our past, present, and hoped for future and share out on ways to move forward together.
Thereby staying connected to Dr. King’s philosophy of creating lasting social change for all.
This event is open to the public. Seating is limited. RSVP is strongly recommended by using the Eventbrite link to tickets.
Hosted by Memphis FilmWorks, The Win Sum Agency and Storyboard Memphis, in collaboration with the Pink Palace Museum’s Bicentennial exhibit, Making Memphis.