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Ten Years - And Counting - Of Learning And Fun At The Chattery

Shawanda Mason and Jennifer Holder
The Chattery
Shawanda Mason and Jennifer Holder

Soon after I arrived here in Chattanooga nearly five years ago, I heard about The Chattery.

The nonprofit learning collective – women-founded and Black-led - offers fun, affordable and accessible learning and art experiences for adults, cultivating learners and teachers one event at a time.

Shawanda Mason and Jennifer Holder are the founders of The Chattery.

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