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Celebrating Black History Month At The Chattery

Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur in “Poetic Justice,” the film that will be shown at The Chattery on Thursday, February 16th as part of its Black History Month celebration.
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Janet Jackson and Tupac Shakur in “Poetic Justice,” the film that will be shown at The Chattery on Thursday, February 16th as part of its Black History Month celebration.

A card-making social, the history of hip-hop, a movie night - and a game night with a live DJ.

These are the activities celebrating Black History Month at The Chattery - on Thursdays this month starting at 6 PM at 1800 Rossville Avenue here in Chattanooga.

Shawanda Mason and Jennifer Holder are with The Chattery.

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