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Kick off a #OneYearOut Week of Action to galvanize volunteers and raise funds to support our work in 2020.

See schedules for Chattanooga, Knoxville, Memphis and Nashville below:


Wednesday, November 6:

Chattanooga Health Advocacy Team Meeting (CHAT).
6-7:30PM on the Seventh Floor of the Edney Building (1100 Market St, Chattanooga, TN 37402).
CHAT is our newest Action Council in Tennessee. This is a group of volunteers dedicated to advocating for reproductive and sexual health and rights in the Chattanooga area.
Follow CHAT on Facebook for updates.


Monday, November 4:

Knoxville Feminist Action Brigade (KFAB).
6:30PM at Public House (212 W Magnolia Ave).
Proceeds from a specialty drink that night to TAPP.

Get Out The Vote.
5PM-8PM 710 N Cherry St. Knoxville, TN 37914
Join us to make calls for our endorsed candidates. The following day is Election Day and we need to make sure our supporters remember to vote and know where their polling place is.
Sign up here!


Tuesday, November 5:

Election Day for the city of Knoxville!
Vote for our endorsed candidates: Indya Kincannon for Mayor, Charles Lomax for City Council At Large Seat A, David Hayes for Seat B, and Amelia Parker for Seat C. We’ll be making calls to remind people to vote all day from 9AM-5PM.
If you can help us make calls please sign up here.


Wednesday, November 6:

Tennessee Equality Project Meeting.
6:00-7:00PM at Printshop Beer (1532 Island Home Ave. Knoxville, TN 37920) in South Knoxville. 
Planned Parenthood supports the work Tennessee Equality Project does to protect and advocate for our LGBTQ+ communities. Learn more and get involved.
Follow them on Facebook 


Thursday, November 7:

My Body, My Mind: Yoga for Tennessee Advocates for Planned Parenthood.
Arrive at 8PM and the cost is a donation on a sliding scale from $10-$25.
You can pay at the door in cash or check or RSVP here.


Friday, November 8:

Cocktail Fundraiser.
Come hang out with other supporters of Planned Parenthood and learn about our work. We'll be celebrating the end of the November 5th Election and the anti-choice 40 Days for Life campaign of hate. Central Depot will be donating a portion of the proceeds of a specialty cocktail (made just for us!) to Tennessee Advocates for Planned Parenthood! We'll be unveiling our newest project to get volunteers ready for the whirlwind of 2020 elections and the legislative session. Attendees will get to see the line up and sign up before anyone else! This Happy Hour will be from 5PM-8PM at Central Depot (103 W Depot Ave Knoxville, TN).
RSVP at our Facebook event and invite your friends.


Wednesday, November 6:

Condom Packing Night.
Contact [email protected] for details and to RSVP.


Saturday, November 2:

Civic Saturday. 
We'll gather on a Saturday morning as friends and strangers to hear readings and poetry, come together in song, share thoughts and ideas, and hear a "civic sermon" from PPTNM Field Staff, Tennessee Advocates for Planned Parenthood Executive Director and 2017, 2018 Power Together Tennessee Women’s March Event Director, Francie Hunt.
For details and to RSVP visit http://bit.ly/civicsaturdaynash


Wednesday, November 6:

Grab a Beer, We’ve Got a Year: Activist Happy Hour
Wednesday, November 6, 6:30PM-8:30PM
East Nashville Beer Works
Bring a friend and connect with other like-minded community members. We’ll be learning about the state of Tennessee, developing a roadmap to victory, and enjoying fellowship with our fellow reproductive rights advocates.
RSVP Here: bit.ly/activisthappyhour


Saturday, November 9:

My Mind, My Body: A Day of Yoga with Planned Parenthood. 
$20/class- $60/unlimited day. All proceeds go to TAPP.


  • 1pm Sarah Fye Vinyasa
  • 2:15pm Ashlee Thomas Hatha Flow
  • 3:30pm Melissa Shah Breath and Meditation
  • 4:45pm Jennifer Campbell-Overbeeke Backbend Clinic
  • 6pm Jessica Rosen Yoga Nidra
  • 7:15pm Brett Williams Barebones Restorative

Register here: http://bit.ly/YogaTAPP


Sunday, November 10:

Caregivers for Planned Parenthood.
Planned Parenthood recognizes the collective power of caregivers, and that’s why we’re hosting Caregivers for Planned Parenthood, a community playdate for progressive caregivers and their children to come and learn about Planned Parenthood and get some developmentally appropriate sex education.  
East Nashville; exact location given after RSVP
RSVP at bit.ly/caregivers4pp. Childcare provided