Category: Black Asheville

What To Do If Stopped By Police

Here is advice from Asheville Police Chief William Anderson about what to do if stopped by police. There is a high probability you will have Read more »

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Cornel West to Speak at UNC Asheville

Cornel West, author of Race Matters and Democracy Matters, will discuss the role of race, gender, and class in American society in a public lecture Read more »

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On Happiness and Change

by Meta Commerse We Americans expect happiness. Our nation’s founding documents make it our birthright. Our religious education promises happiness as both the present and Read more »

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Does Racism Still Exist?

by Dr. Don C. Locke What can be said about racism in 2013, a time of post-race conversations? In the Race Card Project, an online Read more »

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State of Black Asheville and Local Studies of Racial Disparities

By Dr. Dwight B. Mullen Does racism still exist? Of course it does—though it is important to specify the type of racism subject to examination. Read more »

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Race, Truth, and History: Reflections on the Zimmerman Trial

by Dr. Darin J. Waters In the aftermath of the George Zimmerman trial, African Americans are again expressing great frustration with the American justice system. Read more »

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Improving Minority Health in Buncombe County

Communities across America are focusing on the health of minorities during the month of April.  Locally, community partners are promoting a project focused on improving Read more »

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Diversity Study Finds Economic Disparities Rising in NC Schools

Segregation in schools appears to be increasing in the South, and in North Carolina. This is the most pressing civil rights issues of our time. Read more »

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MLK Weekend Events 2014

Presented by the Martin Luther King Association of Asheville and Buncombe County, Inc. Friday, January 17 – 7 p.m. Free public screening of the Sundance-award-winning Read more »

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Race, Truth, and Fiction in Thomas Wolfe’s ‘The Child by Tiger’

Discussion Series at the YMI On a cold, snowy November evening in 1906, a black man called “Will Harris,” whose real identity was unknown, went Read more »

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