Black Love is this Saturday at 2:00. Come eat some soul food and vegan options. Join us at United Way. Childcare will be provided. Deep conversations will happen, and some action steps will be laid. Don’t miss this one .
Juneteenth is a celebration of the end of slavery in the United States. It originated in Galveston, Texas, where on June 19, 1865, Union General Gordon Granger announced that all slaves in Texas were free. This year, Juneteenth in Asheville was celebrated with a community gathering where CPC was present, sharing information and resources with […]
ThisBlack Love June Join the Center of Participatory Change (CPC) in a conversation around Black Love in community, relationships, and the the state of the Black Family. This June we will explore what it means to be authentically Black in the context of this society. Have you been struggling in your relationships? Are you having […]
Our team met with Equity North Carolina and other organizations to learn and share about gender rights.