Going to School in Knoxville
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Beck Cultural Exchange Center
The center researches, collects, preserves. and exhibits African American achievements and culture. The largest African American membership organization in East Tennessee. A must see educational experience. A place where history comes to life and links with the future.
Chabad of Knoxville
Chabad-Lubavitch is a philosophy, a movement, and an organization. It is considered to be the most dynamic force in Jewish life today.
East Tennessee Chinese School
East Tennessee Chinese School (ETCS) is a weekend school established in 1994 by a group of parents who wanted to provide their children with an opportunity to learn the Chinese language.
Lost Cajuns of East Tennessee
A local group of people from the bayou state of Louisiana who now call East Tennessee home.
Manthan is the Indian students' organization of the University of Tennessee. Its basic aim is to help the students of Indian origin, at UTK, celebrate the various Indian festivals amidst a sense of unity and harmony. It aims at promoting the rich Indian culture in the US. In addition, it provides a broader scope for cultural understanding and the exchange of ideas between the people of India and those of the US.
McClung Museum of Natural History & Culture
The McClung Museum of Natural History and Culture is a general museum with collections in anthropology, archaeology, decorative arts, local history, and natural history. The exhibits document ways of life, cultural trends, and technologies from prehistoric times to the present day, and showcase much of Tennessee’s past — its geology, history, art, and culture.
Wisdom Keepers, Inc.
This is a non-profit organization chartered by the state to "promote American Indian heritage through education and cultural activities." The League strives to help the public see a more accurate image of the American Indian, and to more fully appreciate the heritage, culture and contributions of these first Americans. The Tennessee Commission of Indian Affairs has recognized the League as an official Native American organization.