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Peace Month Activities

In observance of 2016 Peace Day (September 21), WNC 4 Peace and partners are now in the midst of planning activities and events open to Read more »

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North Carolina NAACP Blasts Local Election Boards’ Continued Attempt to Suppress the Vote

The North Carolina NAACP released a statement Sept. 8 deploring “the sad and tragic reality … that the extremists in the Republican party” have continued Read more »

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Local NAACP News – August 2016

by Carmen Ramos-Kennedy – Asheville-Buncombe Branch NAACP and the Mountain People’s Assembly, in coalition with NAACP branches across WNC, will bring the third Mountain Moral Read more »

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Racial Justice Coalition Weighs in on Jai Williams Case

On Tuesday, July 5, 2016, representatives from the Racial Justice Coalition (RJC), Asheville-Buncombe Branch of the NAACP, Stop the Violence Coalition, Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance (IMA) Read more »

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Local NAACP News – June 2016

by Carmen Ramos-Kennedy – Moral Monday gathering to take place in Sylva on June 13, 2016. Rev. Dr. William Barber II to speak. A coalition Read more »

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Asheville Protests HB-2

By Moe White A large crowd gathered at Pack Square on March 24, 2016 in protest against the recently passed HB-2, the legislation passed the Read more »

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Mission Health Welcomes Medical Director and Research Officer

ASHEVILLE, N.C.  – Mission Health welcomes Steven Limentani, MD, in the dual roles of Vice President & Medical Director, Cancer Services and Chief Research Officer, Read more »

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Winter Market 2016

YMCA Winter Market Keeps Local Food Accessible When Temperature Drops. Forty vendors from throughout the region will be selling an array of vegetables, fruits, meats, Read more »

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Buncombe County Sheriff Withholds Body Cam Video Footage

The Buncombe County Sheriff’s Office has declined to release video footage of a December 31, 2015 incident that led to the termination of two department Read more »

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I-26 and What’s Next for the Burton Street Community

By Johnnie Grant – Clifford Cotton, grandson of E.W. Pearson – one of Asheville’s early civic leaders from the African American community, and whose home Read more »

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