The Camp House

A weekly podcast exploring the culture and community of Chattanooga.

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    Protecting Our Children with Kristen Pavlik McCallie

    Kristen Pavlik McCallie is the interim Director of the Children's Advocacy Center of Hamilton County, a non-profit organization housed in the new Family Justice Center that serves and protects some of our community's most vulnerable - children who have suffered abuse.

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    Jazzanooga with Shane Morrow

    April is jazz appreciation month and to celebrate we sit down with Shane Morrow to learn more about Jazzanooga and preview their annual month long jazz festival!

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    Songbirds Guitar Museum with Johnny Smith

    The Songbirds Guitar Museum is the most exclusive collection of private guitars in the world. And it is right here in Chattanooga. Johnny Smith, the museums President & CEO, comes by to discuss Chattanooga's newest cultural and entertainment centerpiece.

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    Tech Goes Home with Kelly McCarthy

    Kelly McCarthy is the Program Director of Tech Goes Home Chattanooga, an organization on a mission to bridge the digital divide and equip people in our community with digital literacy skills necessary for the 21st century.

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    Dialogues Chattanooga with Robert Winslow

    Dialogues Chattanooga is asking the big questions about the future of Chattanooga. In this episode we sit down with local documentary creator Robert Winslow to explore these questions and the series he has created to explore them.

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    The Legacy of the Big Nine - Part 2

    The second half of our live event, The Legacy of the Big Nine, featuring City Councilman Moses Freeman, Bessie Smith Cultural Center's Dionne Jennings, Jazzanooga's Shane Morrow, and local writer Charlie Moss.

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    The Legacy of the Big Nine - Part 1

    The Legacy of the Big Nine was our first live podcast event recorded on February 20th. This first half of the event discusses the establishment and growth of the Big Nine up to the Civil Rights Movement of the 1950s & 60s. Our guests for the panel included City Councilman Moses Freeman, Bessie Smith Cultural Center's Dionne Jennings, Jazzanooga's Shane Morrow, & writer Charlie Moss.

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    Purposity with Blake Canterbury & Eric Brown

    Purposity is a new, innovative organization seeking to connect you to the needs of children and others in our community in the simplest way possible. In this episode we are joined by founder Blake Canterbury and Whiteboard's Eric Brown.

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