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Join us to hear from panelists Byron Washington, MBA with NBR Now Inc.; Brittany Zeno with the Old South Baton Rouge Economic Redevelopment Group; Carol Bebelle, former director of the Ashe Cultural Center and O. C. Haley Boulevard revivalist; and Fairleigh Cook Jackson, executive director of Preserve Louisiana. 


We will discuss how various tools of historic preservation can revive and preserve the stories of Black communities.


Doors open at 6 pm for appetizers and wine before the lecture and exhibition.


Members - Free | Non-members - $10


Venue Information

Old Governor's Mansion
502 North Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
(225) 387-2464
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Preserve Louisiana


The Old Governor's Mansion
502 North Boulevard
Baton Rouge, LA 70802
(225) 387-2464

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