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|Amy Cantrell (right) of Beloved House Community in Asheville led us on a walk stopping at |
programs whose budgets have been cut and sites where the homeless sleep outdoors.
|Carlos Steward welcomes
everyone to Asheville, the
Phil Mechanics Building,
and his studo
|David Swanson spoke on
Friday evening. See a video
of his talk.
|Bill Ramsey (right) announces grants from the Conscience and Military Tax Campaign alternative fund in a public ceremony in downtown Asheville. Jason Rawn is among the supporters. Right, representatives from the BeLoved Community happily accept their grant.|
|Sarah from Firestorm Cafe & Books
spoke about the worker-owned cooperative
in Asheville. They provided us
with some excellent meals.
|Clare Hanrahan, hard-working
Asheville host, on the redirection
|Cindy Sheehan, left, participated in
Redmoonsong’s simple living workshop.
|B-Love from the Peace Garden
|Bill Ramsey (orange shirt) and David Swanson
(dark brown sweater) presented a workshop
on reservations to war tax resistance and
|Intro to war tax resistance workshop led
by Kima and Dave, facing camera.
|Asheville war tax resisters organized under the
name “Fools of Conscience” 20 years ago and
Ruth Benn just completed her 10th year as
NWTRCC Coordinator. A certificate and cake
were part of the appreciation ceremony. Rick
Bickhart presented the award. Photo by
|Karl Meyer from Nashville
Greenlands at the
Monday, May 6.
|Photos by Ruth Benn unless otherwise noted. More coming soon!|