MUSIC & CONVERSATION AMONG FRIENDS
Fri., March 14
Scarritt-Bennett Center (Fondren Hall - Harambee Auditorium)
1008 19th Ave. S., Nashville 37212
Join us as we bring together a collection of artists, community educators, business professionals, spiritual leaders and students for an inspirational evening of powerful music and healing dialogue on breaking down social barriers, working towards community-building and compassion. We’ll look at the last 50 years of interracial healing, multi-cultural families, the experiences and socialization of immigrant families and other important topics.
Participants include vocalist Connye Florance, Vanderbilt professor Lou Outlaw, Hume Fogg student Reagan Casteel, First Unitarian Universalist associate minister for music Reverend Jason Shelton, saxophonist Sam Levine, radio personality and vocalist Tony Jackson and Frame-Drum Wisdom founder Karen-Renee Robb.
$10 suggested donation at the door. RSVPs appreciated.
More info: firstname.lastname@example.org
Complimentary parking is available in Scarritt-Bennett parking lots, accessible from 18th Ave S. Parking Lot A is the most convenient to this building.
There is also street parking on 19th Ave. S.