On Sat., April 2, the Belmont Department of History in partnership with the Belmont Mansion hosted its Second Annual History Teaching Symposium, “Nashville and the Civil Rights Movement: A Teaching Symposium.” Social studies teachers from Metro-Nashville, Sumner County and Rutherford County schools earned professional development credit through attendance at panel presentations and participation in discussions. Department of History faculty Brenda Jackson-Abernathy and Pete Kuryla co-chaired this year’s symposium.
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