A collection of national and Nashville media

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WPLN – Movers & Thinkers #6: The Fine Art And Vague Science Of Keeping History Alive

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ABA Journal – Lawyer’s dogged search yields historic mug shots from John Lewis’ police file

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The Tennessean – Resolution to restore Frederick Douglass’ name to Nashville park approved

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London Telegraph – Why you’ll never understand the US unless you’ve been to Nashville

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The New York Times – My ___ Was a Suffragist

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NPR All Things Considered – Is ‘Fred Douglas’ Park Named After Frederick Douglass?

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Washington Post – Dolly Parton invested Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ cover royalties in Black community

<a href="#">Historian David Ewing shares the story of how cotton candy was invented in Nashville and how its discovery is tied to the restaurant at 21c Hotel.</a><br>David Ewing talked about his book, The History of the Ryman Auditorium, detailing how that Nashville venue became a place for civil rights events, political rallies, and the former home of the Grand Ole Opry.

The History of THE RYMAN AUDITORIUM

<a href="#">National Geographic Travel</a><br>LIVE in Nashville, Tennessee, exploring the city’s very own Parthenon.

National GEOGRAPHIC TRAVEL

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The Nashville Scene: WRITERS-CHOICE – Best Nashville Instagram

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Best Historian Nashville Scene: David Ewing

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USA Today – Dolly Parton gives royalties from Whitney Houston’s ‘I Will Always Love You’ to Black community