Chattanooga Organized for Action is a local — if not always welcome — rallying point for justice
CHATTANOOGA, TN (Times Free Press) -- It started with a Facebook post.
Three people gathered at Greenlife Grocery store in spring 2010, just after five people had been shot and wounded in Coolidge Park. Megan Hollenbeck put out a Facebook message that something needed to be done.
Perrin Lance saw the message and felt the same way. So did Chris Brooks.
Chattanooga Organized for Action was formed.
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