eAppalActions
March 2012
Important Action Alert for Knoxville, Tennessee
Join United Against Racism
ACF extends an invitation to all who are available to come and stand in solidarity with us for Trayvon Martin. Join us on
Wednesday, April 4, 2012 from 5pm-7pm in Krutch Park, Knoxville, Tennessee (adjacent to Market Square). Stand with us as we raise awareness about violence against Black men and youth of color. Stand with us as we protest the disproportionate imprisonment, vilification and murder of young Black men. Bring your church congregation, youth groups, students, community organizations, and family and friends. Join musicians, artists and speakers in advancing the cause of racial, economic, and gender justice in Knoxville and abroad.

A planning meeting will be held this evening (Tuesday, 3/27) at the Tribe One office (2112 East Magnolia Avenue) from 6:30-7:30pm.

Email united.against.racism.knox@gmail.com and let them know you plan to attend and to inquire about how you can help.
We hope to see you there!

Peace, love and light,
Margo Miller

About Us

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To get involved contact Amy Hubbard via

email amy@appalachiancommunityfund.org or by

phone 865-523-5783. Thank you for your continued

support of ACF and Central Appalachia. Here's to

another 25 years of Change, Not Charity!

Mission Statement
The Appalachian Community Fund funds and encourages grassroots social change in Central Appalachia. ACF works to build a sustainable base of resources to support community-led organizations seeking to overcome and address issues of race, economic status, gender, sexual identity, and disability. As a community-controlled fund, ACF offers leadership to expand and strengthen the movement for social change through its practices and policies.
25 Years Working for Social Change
Since its founding in 1987, ACF has awarded over $5 million for community organizing and social justice work to more than 300 grassroots organizations in Central Appalachia. Out motto - Change, Not Charity - reflects our vision to support social change organizing and our conviction that, by networking and partnering with organizations working to address the root causes of social, racial, economic and environmental problems facing Central Appalachia every day, we can create more just, equitable healthy communities with opportunities for every one. ACF has had a significant impact in our region. Please visit success stories and current grantees to find out more.

Appalachian Community Fund
507 South Gay Street
Suite 1120
Knoxville, TN 37902
865-523-5783 phone
865-523-1896 fax

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