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Sep

23

As Cities Burn

Joe Ramsey Presents // Doors 5:30, Showtime 7pm // $18 ADV, $20 DAY

with special guests All Get Out, Many Rooms, Magnificent Lions

Sep

27

An Evening with Austin Channing Brown

The Chattery is proud to present An Evening with Austin Channing Brown.

Austin Channing Brown is a leading new voice on racial justice, and author of I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness. Austin is committed to exploring the intersections of racial justice, faith and black womanhood. Her workshops are one of a kind, infused with justice, pop culture, humor, and truth-telling. Whether she is being interviewed, lecturing, or leading a workshop, Austin is sure to illicit a full range of emotions as she invites you to celebrate blackness with her.

About Austin:

Austin Channing Brown began her journey as a racial reconciler in college with an experience called Sankofa–a three-day bus trip exploring black history sites throughout the South. On this pilgrimage that she came face-to-face with her history, shared the experience with others, and for the first time in her life watched friends become transformed by learning about African American history and racism.

Austin earned a master’s degree in social justice from Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan. Building on her Sankofa experience and the foundation of her graduate work, she has directed a short-term missions site on the west side of Chicago, creating interactive opportunities for youth to engage issues of poverty, injustice. She also served on staff with Willow Creek Community Church, developing strategies and programming around multiculturalism. Currently, she serves as resident director and multicultural liaison for Calvin College, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Doors open at 5:30pm
Event starts at 6pm

Register by donation.

This event is sponsored by The Benwood Foundation, Causeway, RISE Chattanooga, and The Camp House.

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The Camp House serves as a city commons where people work, meet, and collaborate around food, drink, and social events.

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Founded in 2009 as a coffeeshop in the Southside, the Camp House lives today at the center of the Innovation District along MLK as a third space where creatives, entrepreneurs, university students, friends, and families can work, meet, collaborate, and gather around great food and drink.

After hours, the Camp House serves as a venue for community gatherings, concerts, banquets, and other private events.

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The Camp House is a perfect location for your next meeting, party or reception! Located at the heart of Chattanooga's downtown, our space is flexible and accomodating for a variety of events.

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Upcoming Events

Sep

23

As Cities Burn

Joe Ramsey Presents // Doors 5:30, Showtime 7pm // $18 ADV, $20 DAY

with special guests All Get Out, Many Rooms, Magnificent Lions

Sep

27

An Evening with Austin Channing Brown

The Chattery is proud to present An Evening with Austin Channing Brown.

Austin Channing Brown is a leading new voice on racial justice, and author of I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness. Austin is committed to exploring the intersections of racial justice, faith and black womanhood. Her workshops are one of a kind, infused with justice, pop culture, humor, and truth-telling. Whether she is being interviewed, lecturing, or leading a workshop, Austin is sure to illicit a full range of emotions as she invites you to celebrate blackness with her.

About Austin:

Austin Channing Brown began her journey as a racial reconciler in college with an experience called Sankofa–a three-day bus trip exploring black history sites throughout the South. On this pilgrimage that she came face-to-face with her history, shared the experience with others, and for the first time in her life watched friends become transformed by learning about African American history and racism.

Austin earned a master’s degree in social justice from Marygrove College in Detroit, Michigan. Building on her Sankofa experience and the foundation of her graduate work, she has directed a short-term missions site on the west side of Chicago, creating interactive opportunities for youth to engage issues of poverty, injustice. She also served on staff with Willow Creek Community Church, developing strategies and programming around multiculturalism. Currently, she serves as resident director and multicultural liaison for Calvin College, in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

Doors open at 5:30pm
Event starts at 6pm

Register by donation.

This event is sponsored by The Benwood Foundation, Causeway, RISE Chattanooga, and The Camp House.

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