Highlighting the contributions of African Americans in Chattanooga from the 1500s to present day.
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An enslaved man rents himself from his owner, sets up a blacksmith shop in Chattanooga, and spends the next 25+ years freeing himself and his entire family.
An enslaved teen is freed at age 15, spend decades working hard for her family, and finally learns to read at age 116.
Teens learn to conceive, outline, write, direct and produce their own plays.