Living on the edge and in communities of resistance and resilience for decades has helped us to see the end as the beginning.

Living on the edge and in communities of resistance and resilience for decades has helped us to see the end as the beginning. What do these cataclysmic times call on us to be and to do? How can we make the end the beginning? How does the power of community allow us to see new futures in the midst of the ruins? Walking in the back alleys, the cat holes, the borders, the cages has showed us that those we push aside have the power to birth a new world, a new way. We catch glimpses of the beginning as we go to the end.

About the speaker

Ponkho, Adrienne, and Amy are the creative engine behind BeLoved Asheville, a community deeply rooted in love and justice. With a combined 63 years of experience in community organizing and community transformation work, they bring a wealth of wisdom and experience to the work.

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