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Topic - Cheryl Hargrove
The first step to making Natchez a heritage tourism destination, Hargrove said, is to create a community consensus of what places and locations should be opened to the public and then figure out how to tell the stories of those places creatively.
Among the largest untapped tourism locations in Natchez are the numerous sites where pivotal moments in African-American history have taken place, said Cheryl Hargrove, a heritage and cultural tourism consultant for the project.