This year’s Nashville Civic Design Center's annual luncheon transitioned to a virtual format while remaining focused on the theme of community-led change, intended to remind people that they have the power to make a difference so that change happens with them, not to them. The luncheon featured various community leaders in a keynote address and split up the more than 800 guests into smaller "community-led" conversations around certain themes.

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