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Scenic Roots - Weds 2/15/23

Scenic Roots - Weds 2/15/23
  • Hamilton County’s Karen Guinn on homeless health care.
  • “A Sense of Place” at the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga.
  • The Likht Ensemble tells the story of “The Shoah Songbook.”
  • These voices - and more - on this edition of “Scenic Roots.”
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  • Karen Guinn is a registered nurse who started her career with the Hamilton County Health Department nearly forty years ago. Today, she is director of the county’s homeless health care center - and we recently spoke about her elevated role.
  • On Thursday, the Hunter Museum of American Art will present a program inspired by the current exhibition on Nellie Mae Rowe. Charlie Newton is an artist, educator, activist and longtime resident of Chattanooga’s Westside. Adera Causey is the Hunter’s curator of education.
  • Rarely performed music composed by Jewish artists during the Holocaust will be heard in Chattanooga this week. The Likht Ensemble will perform “The Shoah Songbook” on Thursday here at UTC and on Friday at The Chattanooga Public Library.