No matter where you live, your community has a history. What is the role of history in shaping our community today? How can bringing light to a disturbing moment in history be an act of civic participation? How can it be an act of hope?
Join us for a multi-generational, cross-community conversation about the legacy of lynching in Memphis and how remembering injustices from the past can become a catalyst for social change. Facilitated by student leaders from Facing History schools throughout Memphis, this "teach-in" on Legacy and Justice is another in a 20 year long series of evenings focused on how choices can create a better future.