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New Video Series: Asheville Multicultural Tours Historic African American Landmarks

Recently Luis Carlos Serapio, the creative video artist behind Asheville Multicultural sat down with Rachel Edens, Buncombe County’s first Chief Equity and Human Rights Officer. The pair took a trip to downtown Black Mountain’s Cousins Cuban Café to connect over heritage and history and filmed it for the Asheville Multicultural YouTube Channel.

Haven’t seen it yet? Check it out here, Like, and follow along as we head out with Luis to explore some of our historic neighborhoods celebrated in the new Asheville Historic Map of African American Landmarks. Tune in to see our latest videos highlighting the Burton Street and Shiloh neighborhoods. 

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Updated Sep 15, 2022 02:26 PM
Published Aug 17, 2022 04:00 PM


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