MAKING MEMPHIS: 200 YEARS OF COMMUNITY Exhibit

Pink Palace Museum 3050 Central Ave, Memphis, TN

The Pink Palace Family of Museums presents Making Memphis: 200 Years of Community, an exhibit celebrating the city's bicentennial. The exhibit interprets events of the past 200 years that have shaped Memphis’ past, present, and form the basis for our future. The Making Memphis exhibit illustrates how the threads of Memphis history form a larger Learn More...

The Road to Suffrage: Memphis

Pink Palace Museum 3050 Central Ave, Memphis, TN

Tennessee figured prominently in the quest for woman suffrage when a young man’s vote in the Tennessee Legislature, August 1920, changed the course of political history for Tennessee and the nation. Young Harry Burn of Athens cast the tie-breaking vote that made Tennessee the 36th and final state needed to ratify the 19th Amendment, thus giving women Learn More...

POETRY OF RESILIENCE Film Discussion

Global Education Center 4822 Charlotte Ave, Nashville, TN

This award-winning documentary film by Katja Esson explores survival and strength highlighted by poets who individually survived Hiroshima, the Holocaust, China’s Cultural Revolution, the Kurdish Genocide in Iraq, the Rwandan Genocide, and the Iranian Revolution. Film screening will be followed by a community dialogue with a panel representing the cultures featured in the film. This Learn More...

SECRETS OF THE NOLICHUCKY RIVER Film Screening

East Tennessee PBS TN

Tune in to East Tennessee PBS on Thursday, May 23, at 10:00 pm EDT for a screening of Secrets of the Nolichucky River: The Discovery of a Lifetime, a documentary film about the archaeological discovery of a large Cherokee settlement on the banks of the Nolichucky. Catch the film again on Sunday, May 26, at Learn More...

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