Nashville Storytellers Project

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10/13/22 - Latino Tennessee Voices

Plaza Mariachi, 3955 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, TN 37211
Xenote Room (private event space near the stage)

The Latino population in Tennessee has soared, especially in the last 10 years. Census numbers showed growth in 94 of 95 counties in 2020, especially in Middle Tennessee.

The Latino Tennessee Voices newsletter launched on Sept. 15, 2021, as an English-language news bulletin and aggregator curated by David Plazas, director of Opinion and Engagement for the USA TODAY Network newsrooms in Tennessee and The Tennessean.

Every week, different stories and columns are featured with the focus on representing the Latino experience. The event will be held at Plaza Mariachi, the community center and event space on Nolensville Pike, in the heart of the immigrant community of Nashville. Local storytellers will share their experiences in self-discovery, fitting in, and finding their voices with audiences.

About Storytellers Project  
We can't wait to see you at one of our in-person or virtual shows this year! We promise a night of connection, laughter and catharsis. USA TODAY Network journalists have curated an event we believe will make you feel better about yourself, and your community.  

At Storytellers Project, we help people tell true stories about who they are, what they do, and why it matters. Since 2016, at hundreds of shows with thousands of tellers, we connect people and communities to drive change. 

Storytellers Project is a nationwide series of live storytelling events featuring neighbors and notables sharing personal stories. What makes us unlike any other storytelling event is that USA TODAY Network journalists curate and coach the tellers to develop stories that serve their communities. 
We are dedicated to creating empathy across America. Nashville Storytellers Project is produced from the newsroom of The Tennessean and  

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