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“Stand Up 4 Human Rights” Online In Chattanooga

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(aired Weds 11/24/21)

Next week, a virtual celebration of human rights will be held here in Chattanooga.

“Stand Up 4 Human Rights” takes place online on Tuesday from 11 AM to Noon.

Among the organizers: the Tennessee Human Rights Commission - and our own campus, the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga.

Robin Derryberry is chairwoman of the Human Rights Commission.

To register for Stand Up 4 Human Rights, click here.

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