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Colaborativa La Milpa

Members

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Compañeros Inmigrantes de las Montañas en Acción (CIMA)

CIMA connects, strengthens, and organizes communities to take action for immigrants’ rights in Western North Carolina. CIMA maintains a hotline, provides educational workshops, organizes volunteers, and coordinates rapid response systems. Founded in 2002.

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Consulta tu Compa

Consulta Tu Compa provides our neighbors in Buncombe County accessible and meaningful support, bilingual information, and resources while building their capacity to work through challenges and advocating for local reform and global change. A resource specialist provides assistance with issues related to navigating systemic obstacles. Founded in 2007, expanded in 2020.

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Mä hñaki:

Indigenous Language Preservation Project

Mä hñaki: Indigenous Language Preservation Project leads efforts to strengthen the connection to the Hñähñú culture and language so that it lives on in future generations. This project engages the many Emma residents who have roots in the Hñähñú community in the  Mezquital Valley of Hidalgo, Mexico. Founded in 2018.

 

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PODER Emma

Community Ownership

PODER Emma Community Ownership
is a neighborhood-based organization that fights displacement through community organizing and cooperative development. This work is centered around the belief that communities have the wisdom and experience needed to create powerful collective solutions, and that cooperative development is key to creating community power and equity. Founded in 2016.

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Raíces
Emma – Erwin

Raíces Emma – Erwin offers cultural programming that supports the inclusion and recognition of Latinx immigrant families in the Erwin School District. Raíces After School and Summer Camp use arts and culture to build confidence and pride, with parents and community members as active leaders. Founded in 2007 as Nuestro Centro, the organization changed its name to Raíces in 2020. 

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