Annual African Americans in WNC and Southern Appalachia Conference
October 17 - October 19
The sixth annual African Americans in Western North Carolina and Southern Appalachia Conference returns to Asheville October 17-19, 2019, with the theme, “Existence as Resistance: Expressions of Resilience.”
The planning committee for the 2019 conference are Darin Waters (UNC Asheville), Kimberlee Archie (City of Asheville), Cortina Caldwell (adé PROJECT), Tiffany Flunory De’Bellott (IRL), Kimberly Hunter (Mountain BizWorks), Jillean McCommons (University of Kentucky), Rasheeda McDaniels (Buncombe County), Reid Chapman (UNC Asheville), Gene Hyde (UNC Asheville), Deborah Miles (Deborah Miles Consulting), Sarah Judson (UNC Asheville), and Ami Worthen (Project Manager).
Please consider becoming a sponsor of the 2019 African Americans in Western North Carolina and Southern Appalachia Conference – click here to see more information.
Click here for online registration. Stephens Lee alumni and UNC Asheville students can register for Saturday’s brunch at no cost by calling 828.255.7215.
For more information, visit aawnc.unca.edu, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 828.258.7695.
Accessibility Contact for conference events taking place at UNC Asheville:
Brandy Bowman: 828.258.7695 or email@example.com