Meet Kyle Tinsley, Graduate of Brevard High School and former leader of the Acceptance Club. He was interviewed by the Transylvania NAACP's summer intern Sam Farrar. This is an amazing interview of love and the power of focusing on good works. If our future is in the hands of young adults like these, we are going to be just fine. Thanks to both for sharing.
Meet Bobby Jones of Cedar Mountain, NC. His grandfather was Solomon Jones of Solomon Jones Road, the road to Pretty Place.
Meet Bobby Jones of Cedar Mountain, NC. His grandfather was Solomon Jones of Solomon Jones Road, the road to Pretty Place. Bobby grew up running these mountains, fishing the streams and helping his family make ends meet. Sometimes that meant helping his father make moonshine. We hope you enjoy these delightful stories Bobby has taken time to share with us.
Meet the founder of Transylvania Indivisible. David Williams. Indivisible is a resistance group in Transylvania County working locally, regionally and nationally. All are welcome to join. The group is not about the left or right. It is about a moral obligation to speak up for what is right and against what is wrong. David has this to share and so much more. Enjoy this interview from a local activist.
Meet Lucia Gerdes, owner of the Cedar Mountain Cafe. Her personal stories and international experience made us shake our heads and even made our jaws drop. Well worth a listen. It was a windy day and some of the audio suffered as a result. We apologize and found her story so compelling we knew you would want to hear it. Thanks Lucia!
We are excited to announce our podcast Transylvania Together! We will be hosting our first show April 15th at Brevard College’s Diversity Day, being held from 4 – 8 pm. Look for the clothesline with the art work and we will be close by! Become a part of the show, share your voice and let’s get to know each other better! #TransylvaniaTogether #ForwardTogether