Our collective is thrilled to announce that we'll be launching a partnership with the Coalicion de Organizaciones Latino-Americanas (COLA) when we open the doors in West Asheville this Spring. COLA is a thirteen year old nonprofit that connects, strengthens and organizes communities to take action for immigrants rights in Western North Carolina. COLA will join the Center for Participatory Change in relocating day-to-day operations from Downtown Asheville's Self-Help Building. We look forward to working with both organizations to make 610 Haywood Road an inclusive and multi-lingual space!
Sep 29th, 2020
Books for Asheville Youth
Our friends at Word on the Street / La Voz de les Jovenes are building a library of radical books by BIPOC authors for their youth participants! They've requested that...
Sep 3rd, 2020
God is Change
Fourteen years after her passing, Octavia Butler appeared this week for the first time on the NYT Best Seller list. This much deserved recognition is for her 1993 novel, "Parable of the Sower."
Aug 22nd, 2020
We Are All Very Anxious
Although in the national discourse the Postal Service and Facebook represent an opposing binary of state control and private enterprise, they have a lot in common. And right now, we're seeing both weaponized against the Left.