ACTION ITEM: 
Defining and Redefining: What Does It Mean to be Southern?
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Nov 14, 2017 – Tuesday @7:00 PM
The Cordelle
Southern Word Youth Poets accompanied by musician Ruby Amanfu!
+ Tasting Tables by City House, Two Ten Jack + Henrietta Red… and more.
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For the first time ever, Southern Women for Civil Rights is proud to partner with Southern Word to host a one of kind event that will ask and answer “What does it mean to be Southern?”. As Nashville’s diversity continues to grow and we work as a community to remain a Welcoming City, we must ground ourselves in our commonalities and look for ways to bridge differences.

Join us as spoken word youth poets, community leader Joyce Searcy, and musical artist Ruby Amanfu help us to define and redefine what it means to be southern. The event will also feature DJ VU Reggaerica and southern inspired food tastings from City House, Henrietta Red, Two Ten Jack and more.

100% of ticket proceeds will benefit Southern Word, a 501(C)3 non-profit that places writer mentors in schools to empower youth with the skills needed to be exceptional communicators, critical thinkers, and powerful community advocates and leaders.

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