Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park is partnering with Glass House Collective,
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Glass Street is a battleground where two wars are simultaneously being waged.
A few months ago, James McKissic with the City’s Office of Multicultural Affairs made a passionate plea for the community to help create a movement
Glass House Collective’s artist-led, community driven movement that is transforming Glass Street is showcased in Mallory Baches’ white paper
The National Park Service’s Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day service project brought with it many reasons to stop and reflect on the current state of Chattanooga’s race relations.
This Spring, thanks to a generous grant from the Sierra Club, the Southeast Conservation Corps will be constructing a new walking trail
On Sunday, January 24, Glass House Collective brought 13 East Chattanooga youth to a National Park in their neighborhood
In honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Day, volunteers at Chickamauga & Chattanooga National Military Park will join volunteers
Wow! What a year. We can’t believe we are closing out our THIRD year here on Glass Street.