They Wanted the Children to Know

The families that integrated Brevard schools “wanted the children to know that they were somebody.” The African-American Storyline project keeps their stories alive.

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Harmony Around The Campfire

Black Folks Camp Too founder Earl Hunter says, “I had the grandiose idea that… the campfire could be this piece that brings a whole entire country together.”

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Video: Alexla’s Story

Alexla Perez-Sanchez used to feel that she didn’t have a place in the outdoors, having immigrated to WNC from Mexico as a young child. After her experience in Summer of Service, that’s changed. 100%.

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