Archive for March 2016

Missing Persons

Where are the Minorities in WNC Nursing Professions? By Sherri L. McLendon – During serious illness or at end of life, patients feel more comfortable Read more »

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Julia Nooe: Living Her Truth

by Julie Parker – Julia Nooe is a woman who lives her truth, from graduate studies in New Orleans and New York, to her clinical Read more »

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“Bringing It Home” Economic Development Conference

City University (of NY) Professor Jessica Gordon Nembhard will be the keynote speaker at the “Bringing It Home” conference at the YMI Cultural Center, on Read more »

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Scholarships Available for Minority Students at A-B Tech

Hundreds of scholarships, including awards for minority students, are available for A-B Tech Community College’s 2016-2017 academic year. This past year, more than 400 students Read more »

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Winners of the Black History Month Art Competition

U.S. Cellular executives joined members and staff of the Salvation Army Boys & Girls Club of Asheville at the club’s location at 750 Haywood Road Read more »

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All Eyes on the Black Vote

Now that we have gotten the first two political anomalies—mostly white Iowa and New Hampshire—out of the way en route to electing a new president, Read more »

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Voting History and Ideals Collide in North Carolina Primary

By Nelda Holder – There is a long shadow across the March primary in the state of North Carolina. Although its source goes back much Read more »

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Somebody Paid

By Maceo Keeling – As adults many of us know there is no Santa Claus, nor an Easter Bunny that lays colored eggs. As I Read more »

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Asheville-Buncombe Branch NAACP Steps up GOTV Drive

by Carmen Ramos-Kennedy – In collaboration with Democracy NC, the Asheville-Buncombe Branch of the NAACP has held leadership training, poll monitoring training, and best practices Read more »

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Church Events & Services – March 2016

The public is cordially invited to attend the following events. St. James A.M.E. Church Annual Trustee Day Sunday, March 13 – Celebrating the church’s annual Read more »

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