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Becoming an Explorer of Social Change

Digital Event
February 21: 7:00 pm

The podcast and video series “Deep Dish Conversations” unpacks the issues shaping our world today, especially as it impacts our local communities. Join host and author Jerome Moore as he takes us on a dynamic journey toward becoming “an explorer of social change.”

This event is presented virtually in partnership with the Ilsley Public Library.


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About the Presenter

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Jerome Moore, a proud Nashville native,is a dynamic force for social change, celebrated as a captivating speaker, bestselling author, and creative force behind the thought-provoking podcast series, “Deep Dish Conversations,” which focuses on exploring the perspectives of social change through solution-based conversations.

In the world of television, Jerome shines as the visionary producer and host of the popular show, “A Slice of the Community,” exclusively featured on Nashville Public Television’s PBS Station. He also graces the airwaves with a monthly radio segment, “Diversely Segregated,” on Nashville’s esteemed local news and NPR station, WPLN. Jerome’s passion for community building and exploration was ignited during his time as a United States Peace Corps volunteer in Paraguay.

This pivotal exposure propelled him into transformative experiences across Costa Rica, China, and the Philippines, further igniting his dedication as an explorer of social change. Learn more on his website:







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February 21
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