Michelle Alexander calls attention to racial injustice in prisons

Michelle Alexander, author of The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness, spoke to the UNC Asheville campus on Jan. 18 to discuss looming questions about racial injustice in U.S. prison systems brought by students and community members.

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On the outside looking in: International students voice their opinions on Trump and US politics

President Trump continues to receive disapproval from some US citizens, as Trump’s policies and behavior as president strays away from orthodox presidency at times. Although Trump’s presidency continues to cause controversy in the U.S., other countries also have opinions about his leadership.

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Asheville supports impoverished communities at OpenDoors of Asheville gala

OpenDoors of Asheville, a nonprofit organization dedicated to changing the lives of impoverished children, held their annual gala and auction, Art Affair 2017: Urban Canvas to raise money for the organization in order to further the continued efforts to end poverty in Asheville.

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