Nedra Deadwyler is a public historian from Atlanta. Her approach centers Black, Indigenious, POC voices in how we talk about place and history. She is the Founder and Principal of Civil Bikes, a preservation and heritage tour company, based in Atlanta, Georgia. She received a Master of Social Work from New York University, a Bachelor of Social Work from University of Georgia, and a Master of Heritage Preservation at Georgia State University.
Our Festival will be hosted in two amazing spaces on Saturday, May 21, 2022 that offer the perfect setting for community members to gather and make actionable change in historic preservation.
6:00pm - 11:00 pm
Located in Adair Park, Create ATL is a collaboration space that brings together powerful neighbors and the business leaders of tomorrow.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: Anyone who is intrigued by local history, wants to contribute to storytelling, have a (his/her)story to preserve, curious and wants to learn more about cultural heritage and create ways to preserve that embraces one’s own culture.
WHY ATTEND: Build a network of community-selected and designated heritage and historic sites, join in on educational and skill-building programs, get involved or create your own project, and more!
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