The Nashville Storytellers Project puts remarkable local people on stage to talk honestly about their lives. Their stories inspire us, connect us, make us laugh — and, often, they explore life’s more complicated truths.
On June 9, the Nashville Storytellers Project, in partnership with the Nashville Public Library Foundation and the Mayor’s Council on the State of Women, will present Women of the Century: Perseverance and Hustle.
The event, to be hosted at the Nashville Public Library, will celebrate the opening of the library’s new Votes for Women room and help mark the year-long 100th anniversary celebration of the passage of the 19th Amendment.
Featuring Nashville visionaries, founders and state and local elected officials, we will follow our five female storytellers through generations, linking the icons of the suffrage movement to the advocates of today who are breaking down barriers to equal participation in families, communities, economy and government.
Through their stories, we will not only commemorate the centennial of the historic moment, but also focus on the ongoing movement to secure women’s equal rights in every aspect of American life.
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More details to make your storyteller experience spectacular:
Tickets available are limited and offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Even though the event is free of charge, you must have a ticket to attend.
Seating at the event is offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
Accessibility Note: If you require accommodations related to mobility or seating, contact Jessica Bliss at firstname.lastname@example.org
Storytellers Project events typically sell out.
Event check-in starts at 6 p.m. Stories begin promptly at 7 p.m.
Questions: Contact Jessica Bliss email@example.com
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