RECOVERING VOICES, RECLAIMING SPACES
“to paint history.”
Nashville’s BLM MURAL/JUNETEENTH PAINT & BRUNCH FESTIVAL
This is a special event that enables us to RECLAIM SPACES and RECOVER VOICES violently stripped away, such as Ephraim Grizzard, a Black Man, who was violently lynched steps away from the BLM Street Mural, on Woodland Street Bridge. Come help us celebrate his life and others like him who have been lost in history.
This event is timely with Tennessee Legislature filled with hate, filled with elected officials who want to prevent the residents of Tennessee from exercising citizenship. Come help solidify our purpose of freedom for all with the expression of freedom during elections.
This event will show our resilience. Despite the reappearance of Jim Crow, Black artists, musicians, and Black businesses and freedom lovers everywhere will display the common humanity we embrace daily, with love, solidarity, and progress and purpose in our partnerships with each other. Join in this embrace. Let's celebrate our strength.
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