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The Community Voices podcast project shares the stories of Nashville’s communities as they respond to our current situation and archives these stories for our future.  We hope this collection will document both the everyday lives and the extraordinary experiences of Nashvillians in response to our current situation.  The Warren Center advocates for the importance of humanities scholarship in understanding our world, and we believe that this moment--the tornado, the COVID 19 pandemic and ensuing shutdown and economic challenges, and the demonstrations for social justice, racial equity, and Black Lives Matter following the murders of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, and Breonna Taylor—brings together a set of unique circumstances that demand that all voices be heard, telling their stories, at what we hope is a point of transformation on the local and global scales.

 

Episode 4   Khrys Hatch

RPW Center Associate Director Elizabeth Meadows (English) interviews Khrys Hatch, Nashville musician and Capital Formation Manager at Launch Tennessee.

You can follow him on Twitter: @KhrysHatch; Facebook at Khrys Hatch; and find his music: https://linktr.ee/khrys.hatch

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Episode 3   Stephanie Nesbitt

RPW Center Associate Director Elizabeth Meadows (English) interviews Stephanie Nesbitt, Senior Learning Consultant, Bridgestone Arenas. 

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Episode 2

RPW Center Associate Director Elizabeth Meadows (English) interviews  M. Simone BoydM. Simone Boyd - Podcast Novelist & Neighborhood Organizer | Fighting for Economic Inclusive Neighborhoods  (Photo: Camille Farmer)

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