On the Table

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New Memphis offers On the Table to our alumni as an opportunity to create conversations on important community topics that allow different point-of-views to be expressed and heard. These events are limited in size to foster a comfortable, engaging environment, so you are encouraged to register quickly.

Interested in attending? Email Nikki (nikki [at] newmemphis [dot] org).



  • September 15: Workforce Development (Noon -1pm)
  • November 16: Education (Noon -1pm)



  • January 14 Topic: 2020 Census and Equity: Understanding how the Census helps our country apportion federal funding and spending, draw congressional districts and collect taxes.
  • February 19 - Topic:  Ibram X. Kendi's How To Be An Antiracist: Racism intersects with class, culture, and geography. It shapes the way we see and value ourselves. Kendi offers a clear way through this prison-house taking us on a path to forming a just and equitable society and thus, a Healthier Community.
  • July 21 - Topic: Session 2: Ibram X. Kendi's "How to be an Antiracist : This On the Table discussion will dig deeper into current culture surrounding race relations, but also address actionable items for us as a community. It is a follow up to the previous session held in February and will cover similar themes.

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