Julian Bond Laid to Rest


Julian Bond was laid to rest on Saturday, August 22, 2015. His show of determination and commitment to justice is why we will hold fast Read more »

No Hate in the 828

  Friday, August 21, 2015 Saving Our Youth Rally takes place at the Wesley Grant Southside Center, 7pm. Free event featuring stellar award winning Pure Read more »

Goombay! 2015


Asheville’s historic YMI Cultural Center will host the 35th Goombay Festival September 11-13, 2015 at Pack Square Park in downtown Asheville. The festival will feature Read more »

Shiloh Community Garden and Project Lighten Up Summer Day Camp

Project Lighten Up campers with Montgomery college students and Mrs. Norma Baynes 
at the Shiloh Peace Gardens.  Photo: Project Lighten-Up

For eight weeks this summer the Shiloh Community Association (SCA) has hosted Project Lighten Up (PLU), a summer day camp presenting a Wednesday program called Read more »

Governor McCrory, “Where’s the Plan?”

Many children are left with a gap in health coverage until North Carolina implements the necessary coverage for Medicaid.

Working people, parents, and children would receive significant help with health insurance coverage if North Carolina implements a plan to accept Federal Medicaid funding set Read more »

Asheville Housing Authority Receives Award

(L-R): Kevin Brock, Outreach Account Manager, Duke Energy; Paula Clark, Account Executive, Duke Energy; Gene Bell, CEO, Asheville Housing Authority; and Samantha Bowers, Project Manager, Asheville Housing Authority.

The Housing Authority of the City of Asheville (HACA) recently earned an award rebate of $42,144 from Duke Energy’s Efficiency Rebate Program for renovations of Read more »

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