July 15, 2009
Interested in the Harlem Renaissance, cultural practices of childrearing or racial health equity? These thought-provoking topics will be the focus of three UNC Asheville classes open to the public for the fall semester.
The University, in collaboration with the City of Asheville and the YMI Cultural Center, will offer these three upper-level, for-credit courses to the public beginning August 18. Classes will meet from 4:30-7 p.m. through December 8 at the YMI Cultural Center, located on the corner of Eagle and Market streets in downtown Asheville.