Chattanooga Women's Rights Supporters Join National Women's Wave 2022 With March In Coolidge Park On Saturday

  • Thursday, October 6, 2022

Women's Rights supporters in Chattanooga will join women in cities across the country representing the Women's Wave 2022 with a local march on Saturday.

Following the end of Roe v. Wade, this year's Women's March will be focused on demanding reproductive rights for all and registering new voters, leading up to key local, state, and federal level elections this November.
Organizers include Jared Walker, Volunteer Organizer with Women's Wave 2022 and The New Suffragettes, Chattanooga-based Women's Rights Group
Timeline of Events:

12 p.m.

- meet at the outdoor stage in Coolidge Park to peacefully rally

12:30 p.m. - march on the Walnut Street Pedestrian Bridge towards downtown (approximately 0.7 miles) 

1 p.m. - pause for sign-holding at the downtown side of the Walnut Street Bridge 

1:30 p.m. - Turn around and march back along the Walnut Street Bridge to The Big Chill and Grill (approximately 0.8 miles) 

2 p.m. - organizing for the November midterms at The Big Chill and Grill: networking and connecting with organizations for potential partnership, volunteer opportunities, and voter registration.

Meeting at the outdoor stage at Coolidge Park, at 100 River Street, Chattanooga, Tn. 37403.
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