Many of our neighborhoods have long standing privilege based on early policy decisions. See the difference (and inherent privilege) contrast of one North Asheville neighborhood to other areas of the city.
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BY EMMA KRATOCHWILL
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While digesting the politically-fueled noise that reignited racial disparities during the 2016 presidential election, freelance writer and public relations professional Emma Dean Kratochwill shares a positive personal perspective on white America, including first-hand experiences as a Mexican migrant worker. Never dismissing the darkness of past and new civil atrocities, she gleans chortle and self-satire from blissfully ignorant encounters with prejudice, world-changing icons and a most unlikely interracial marriage that transplanted her to the middle of redneck rural U.S.A
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@ VOL 29
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Defiant Requiem: Verdi at Terezin/Asheville 2019
BY KYM VERHOVSHEK
@ VOL 21
ON NOV 30, 2018
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BY JAMIE MACLEOD
@ VOL 36
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Queens Cross Housing Association
BY NICK RONAN
@ VOL 36
ON APR 17, 2019
Originally from Newcastle on Tyne, Nick Ronan has worked in social housing for 32 years, initially in London and in Glasgow since 1994. He has delivered several social and affordable housing developments across Glasgow, particularly in the West End. These have included new build projects, conversions and rehabilitated tenements to provide social rented flats and houses, supported accommodation, mid- market rent and shared equity. Nick’s interest lies in overcoming the practical challenges involved in providing affordable and sustainable homes that people want to live in.
qcha.org.uk / @QueensCrossHA