In collaboration with Asheville High School, ACSF is co-hosting a second book club discussing
"White Kids: Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America" by Margaret A. Hagerman
and led by Dr. Megan Underhill (UNCA Asst. Professor of Sociology)

Where: AHS Cafeteria & Media Center

When: 5:45-7:30

January 9th
January 23rd
February 6th
February 20th

Follow link below for more information and to register by 12/15/19

Annual Equity Forum

Tuesday 1/29 5:00-8:00 location tbd

  • Learn about opportunities for involvement.

  • Create an advocacy agenda.



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At the Asheville City Schools Foundation, we believe that strong
public schools are an essential part of breaking the cycle of poverty, dismantling structural racism, and sustaining our democracy. We uphold the value of each student and believe that we have a specific responsibility to increase racial equity in our schools. We envision a day when all children in the Asheville City Schools discover their unique talents and dreams, fulfill their potential, and our district shines as a national model of excellence with equity.

This event is our annual fundraiser as well as an opportunity for our students to connect with and learn from a dynamic leader of color. Last year's event featured Nikole Hannah-Jones and was a provocative evening focused on the re-segregation of our public schools. This year we would like to lift up the voices of our youth through work-shopping and through our poetry/ spoken word event at UNCA. Our topic is race, gentrification and home.


Tickets will be on sale February 1st

For more information about Hanif Abdurraquib click here