Reparations in the City of Asheville

Join us to hear what citizens of Asheville and Buncombe County are doing to fight the unconstitutional actions of the Community Reparations Commission in the City of Asheville.

Ruth Smith, an attorney with the Elmore and Smith Law Firm will be speaking at the event. Ms. Smith received her law degree from UNC Law in 1999 and has practiced for 23 years. In 2019 she began working on Constitutional issues concerning the 1st and 14th Amendments. She has worked with national organizations including FIRE (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education) and Judicial Watch. Her cases have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Los Angeles Times, Atlanta Constitution Journal and the Glenn Beck Show. Ruth played a critical role in the settlement between the City of Asheville and WNC Citizens for Equality. The lawsuit charged that the city was wrong to distribute scholarships that excluded otherwise eligible applicants on the basis of race. The scholarships were available only to black or minority students.

As a result of the lawsuit, the City of Asheville revised the agreements that the scholarships give preference to “first-generation college students” with no mention of racial requirements.

Refreshments will be served. Hope to see you there!
Sponsored by “Friends of Delphine Noland”

Thursday, May 18 6:30pm.
Buncombe County Republican Headquarters
18G Regent Park Boulevard, Asheville NC

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One thought on “Reparations in the City of Asheville

  1. WHY was this event not publicized ???

    WE need to work hard to INDICT Sheneika Smith for THEFT !!! NOW .

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