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Transformative Libraries, James Mitchell of Sewell Mill Cultural Center

Transformative Libraries, James Mitchell of Sewell Mill Cultural Center

James Mitchell is building our community by running the Sewell Mill Library and Cultural Center. The new location has audio studios, video studios, a theater and much more.

How did James get to Marietta? Well he started out in Evergreen Alabama, a small town he felt he had to break out of — and he did. As a teenager he spent 6 months in Louisiana with his girlfriend and then a totaled car and a child on the way, he shifted his focus toward getting educated and taking care of his family. The rest you can hear on the episode.

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