Join CPC’s June Black Love Gathering

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 […]

The Grind Fest

The Grind Fest The Grind Fest was a networking and educational event in which the Center for Participatory Change (CPC) engaged in various discussions on topics related to BIPOC communities and resource accessibility. The event provided an opportunity for CPC to collaborate with others, gain insights, and learn from the experiences of individuals who face […]

ontrack award – Giannina Callejas

    Congratulations to our Co- Executive Director Giannina Callejas for her nomination as Client of the Year at Ontrack Financial Education and Counseling 50th year celebration. Your success is our success. “My success greatly comes from the support CPC has given me. At 23 CPC believed in, held me and saw me (this was […]

Black Love team strategizing the future

Black Love team strategizing the future we had the pleasure to work with Lauren for a morning of conversations, brainstorming, and strategizing the future of Black love. This event took place at the beautiful town of Barnardsville NC.  

Interview with Alexandria Ravanel from Noir Collective

Alexandria Ravanel is the co-founder of the Noir Collective, a local effort to showcase the art and culture from BIPOC community in Asheville Noir Collective AVL, located in the historic Black business district, referred to as The Block, is a Black-owned boutique shop & art gallery featuring Black entrepreneurs. We are a network of wellness […]

CPC is supporting Sistas caring 4 sistas

  Buy tickets for the 1st annual Black Maternal Health Fundraiser featuring Omari Maynard on April 29. Join us for an evening of celebration and inspiration. Buy tickets:…/sc4s-1st-annual-black….