Archive for October 2009

Politics by Other Means

by Michael Hopping If the widely circulated photograph of last month’s anti-government demonstration in Washington, DC could be believed, protesters jammed the National Mall all Read more »

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Racism in Health Care Protests? Oh My!

by Monroe Gilmour Much has been made of former President Jimmy Carter’s analysis of a racist basis for the tone and level of anger recently Read more »

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UNCA and City of Asheville Set Stage for New Partnerships

North Carolina state, county, and city officials at the signing of the memorandum. Staff reports The long-standing partnership between UNC Asheville and City of Asheville Read more »

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Forum on ARRA Opportunities

The City of Asheville is partnering with regional business support agencies to host a forum on the impact of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act Read more »

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‘Hey – Can I Get That Job?”’

The Growing Need To Find Employment by Moe White Nobody said it would be easy. Finding a job, starting a career, or getting back on Read more »

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Shiloh Community Association Celebrates Neighborhood’s History

Shiloh community members gather for an annual event in recognition of their elders, accomplishments during the year, and to empower the community to move forward. Read more »

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Have You Been to Aston Park Lately?

At the new and improved Aston Park tennis courts community members take advantage of three regulation-size courts. The City of Asheville was recently awarded a Read more »

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Ex-Con Turned Ceo Declares: Accept Self-Blame and Re-Invent Yourself!

David Koch, author of Slaying the Dragon…the Journey from the Dungeon to the Ivory Tower. staff reports After serving two years in state and federal Read more »

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Lifeline to a Soulful Culture

Peoples of every culture, tribe, race, and nation partially define themselves by the foods they eat. by Stack Kenny Cultural tradition and the history of Read more »

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Annual Freedom Fund and Awards Banquet

The Asheville Branch NAACP and the Empowerment Resource Center of Asheville/Buncombe County will hold the annual Freedom Fund and Awards Banquet October 31 beginning at Read more »

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