We are delighted to have our community embracing the beauty of your language. ——– Estamos muy contentos de que nuestra comunidad valore la belleza de su lenguage.
Hello everyone, I wanted to take a second to say thank you for incorporating ways in which we can take rest understanding how this type of work is emotionally, physically and mentally exhausting. After 5 years at CPC, I am grateful to take the opportunity to take a step back and focus on rest for […]
Join Black Love Saturday July 29th, 2023 3-6 PM, at Noir Collective. Did you know each of us is able to be our own healer? We can learn to be in tune with our needs and desires, access the language of our hearts and souls, and fulfill ourselves in healthy ways. This month’s Black Love […]
InterCAMBIO is back! Interest form in this link: https://docs.google.com/…/1sfulavWEI9jV0SzufR59iGuz0Nx…/ The Center for Participatory Change (CPC) is looking for Black, Indigenous, People of Color, and Latinx people with intersectional identities who want to explore language, identity, and culture in community. InterCAMBIO is an opportunity for adults and youth to gather and share personal stories in a […]
“Doing Too Much”: Lessons Learned From the Collective Pause of 2020 By: Clarissa Lynn Harris, Center for Participatory Change Co-ED of People and Culture “There comes a pause, for human strength will not endure to dance without cessation; and everyone must reach a point at length of absolute prostration.” – Lewis Carroll The […]
On June 24th CPC hosted June Black Love gathering in the United Way Building. The event is part our efforts to bring love and healing to our community.
CPC is igniting change! We joined cities across the state in the NC People’s Power Coalition Statewide Day of Outrage.
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 […]