In Hendersonville a community comes out early Sunday morning to honor the earth, the soil; a place to plant songs and poetry and a vision of sharing and depending on one another. Our sustenence is the dream that is shared, a dream that is not owned by one person but collectively conceived.
Student Art on Display
The Arts Council of Henderson County showcased student artists grades 3 through 12 in its yearly contest on April 14th. The art showcase and contest was held at the Blue Ridge Mall in Hendersonville, North Carolina
Virtuous Spells Love
The Hendersonville Main library celebrated National Reading month on March 4th with an event that included great songs by the performer Virtuous, whose rhymes, rhythms and energetic personality got the crowd of kids and parents moving to the music and taking in her message that children should read, read, and read!
Black History, Radio History, Ancient Herstory
Martha Cinader talks with Davyne Dial, the General Manager of WPVM Radio in Asheville, NC, and Dr. Kim McMillon, from her writing den in Merced, California. Tony Robles reports from the Rise Up! Black History Celebration in Hendersonville NC, where he spoke with dancers Pam Suber and Alyeh Cady. Also, a trailer for the film…
Rise Up! Hendersonville, North Carolina remembers and celebrates Black History Month 2023
Tony Robles speaks to Alyeh Cady and Pam Suber, videos and photos by Isabel Cutler at the Rise Up! Black History Month Event at Union Grove Missionary Baptist Church, Hendersonville produced by Crystal Cauley.
Community and Poetry Then and Now
Martha Cinader hosts an audio journey, including Tony Robles reporting on a Leonard Peltier demonstration in SF and bias in the schools in Hendersonville, live spoken word by Barbara Barg and Julie Patton recorded at WBAI Radio in the 1990s, and more from Carl Hancock Rux back in the day, Poonam Srivistava speaking with Bina…
Henderson County School board member Stacey Caskey on unconscious bias in the Henderson County Schools
Tony Robles speaks with Stacey Caskey about unconscious bias for Listen & Be Heard.
Take Action! Healing the Unconscious Bias in the Henderson County School System with Deborah Ogiste and Crystal Cauley at meeting held at the Unitarian Church in Hendersonville, NC
Familiar food for the Latino/a/x Community in Hendersonville
From Mexico, El Salvador, Guatamala And their nopales tongues sing nopales songs and speak nopales poetry and rituals And from their hands come: Chayote Jalapenis Peras Limon Cebolla Banana Yucca Tomatillos Frijoles Arroz In a place called Hendersonville