From the Raleigh News & Observer… The U.S. Supreme Court ruled Monday that North Carolina lawmakers relied too heavily on race when drawing congressional districts in 2011, affirming a lower-court ruling that forced legislators to create new maps last year.
Join the League in our annual membership meeting and hosting of Drew Reisinger and the Slave Deeds Project. Ticket purchases cover lunch provided by the DoubleTree Hotel. RSVP by June 2nd!
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The Mediation Center will be presenting Chuck Collins, author of On Coming Home: A Pathway to Reducing Inequalities Chuck Collins, a storyteller, researcher, agitator and campaigner who grew up in the wealthiest 1 percent, has spent the last 30 years working
We are hosting our first of our community event series as a Lunch’n Learn about Pisgah Legal Services and child poverty in WNC. 11:30-1:00 May 16th 62 Charlotte St, Asheville RSVP to email@example.com
From The State of Things… Gertrude Weil spent her life fighting for civil rights in the South. She founded the state’s League of Women Voters and campaigned against lynching and segregation. She cleverly navigated the fault lines that marked politics
From the Citizen-Times… In a move that could fundamentally change the way city residents elect their leaders, City Council members Tuesday said they will begin preparing to ask voters if they should split Asheville into electoral districts. In a move