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by: Lynette Guillebeaux

10/22/2020

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Date: Monday, 08/24/2020

Location: Vance Monument (Downtown, Asheville, NC 28801)

Rain Location: Greater Works Church of God in 

Christ, 25 Forsythe St., Asheville NC 28801

Press Conference Press Release

African American Ministers of Asheville and Western NC announce our support for Asheville City Council, Mayor, City Manager, Police Chief and City Initiatives to Re-Imagine/Re-invest in the Community

The Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Asheville & Vicinity

Rev. Gary McDaniel, President

The Baptist Ministerial Union of Asheville & Vicinity

Rev. Dr. L.C. Ray, President

 

The Mud Creek Missionary Baptist Association of Western North Carolina

Rev. Spencer Jones, Moderator 

 Announce Our Support for 

The Mayor of the City of Asheville, the Honorable Esther Manheimer

The City Manager, Ms. Debra Campbell and

Our newly appointed Asheville Police Department Chief David Zack

We offer our help and will assist toward bringing healing and reconciliation to the Asheville and larger Buncombe County community through the process of Community Reinvestment and the Re-Imagining of the Asheville Police Department.

Our network of churches throughout this City and Western North Carolina has been and is one of the few remaining bedrocks of organization and hope for our communities which need our help and leadership now.  Since its inception, the Black church has historically provided the social, economic, political and cultural base for Black communities throughout the United States, and has been pivotal to the success of the Civil Rights Movement.

We are here to help lead the way to solutions and not anarchy, to truthful, respectful and compassionate dialogue without name-calling, to real change with tangible solutions so that resources are put into community-led, community-based people and organizations.

More details with questions and answers at the Press Conference on Monday, August 24, 2020 at 11:00 am.     

Submitted By: The Baptist Ministerial Union of Asheville & Vicinity

The Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Asheville & Vicinity

The Mud Creek Missionary Baptist Association of WNC     

Date: Monday, 08/24/2020

Location: Vance Monument (Downtown, Asheville, NC 28801)

Rain Location: Greater Works Church of God in 

Christ, 25 Forsythe St., Asheville NC 28801

Press Conference Press Release

African American Ministers of Asheville and Western NC announce our support for Asheville City Council, Mayor, City Manager, Police Chief and City Initiatives to Re-Imagine/Re-invest in the Community

The Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Asheville & Vicinity

Rev. Gary McDaniel, President

The Baptist Ministerial Union of Asheville & Vicinity

Rev. Dr. L.C. Ray, President

 

The Mud Creek Missionary Baptist Association of Western North Carolina

Rev. Spencer Jones, Moderator 

 Announce Our Support for 

The Mayor of the City of Asheville, the Honorable Esther Manheimer

The City Manager, Ms. Debra Campbell and

Our newly appointed Asheville Police Department Chief David Zack

We offer our help and will assist toward bringing healing and reconciliation to the Asheville and larger Buncombe County community through the process of Community Reinvestment and the Re-Imagining of the Asheville Police Department.

Our network of churches throughout this City and Western North Carolina has been and is one of the few remaining bedrocks of organization and hope for our communities which need our help and leadership now.  Since its inception, the Black church has historically provided the social, economic, political and cultural base for Black communities throughout the United States, and has been pivotal to the success of the Civil Rights Movement.

We are here to help lead the way to solutions and not anarchy, to truthful, respectful and compassionate dialogue without name-calling, to real change with tangible solutions so that resources are put into community-led, community-based people and organizations.

More details with questions and answers at the Press Conference on Monday, August 24, 2020 at 11:00 am.     

Submitted By: The Baptist Ministerial Union of Asheville & Vicinity

The Interdenominational Ministerial Alliance of Asheville & Vicinity

The Mud Creek Missionary Baptist Association of WNC     

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