West End Talks

Thursday, October 11, 2018
West End Talks presented by LATIBAH Collard Green Museum and funded in part by the Knight Foundation, is a conversation series aimed to provide opportunities for the community to engage in dialog around understanding and sharing of cultures, history and art.
The first talk will take place on October 11 in the Historic West End at Mosaic Village Skyline Terrace at 1601 W. Trade Street. The program begins at 6:30 p.m. - 10 p.m. and will feature historical perspectives of developing communities, a panel discussion on selected community topics, neighborhood and guest artist recognition, refreshments, art, and live music.
The panelists for this talk on “Community Health and Healing” will be Monika Rhue (Nooma), Director of Library Services and Curation, James B. Duke Memorial Library, Maketa Baker, Director of LATIBAH R.E.A.D Department, Alysia Osborne, Historic West End Initiative Director, Charlotte Center City Partners, Tara Bengle, Community Research Manager, Smith Institute for Applied Research, JCSU. Our artist recognition will be Tommy Robinson
Historic West End at Mosaic Village Skyline Terrace
1601 W. Trade Street
Charlotte, NC
Start Time
6:30 pm
End Time
10:00 pm
Event Category