Nationally acclaimed
American Indian speaker
visits Asheville

She's been called...

"The Rosa Parks of American Indians"

Charlene Teters

The National Coalition on Racism in Sports and the Media
Featured as "Person of the Week"  on ABC World News Tonight
Senior Editor of   "Indian Artist" Magazine

UNCA   Highsmith Center

Thursday,  November 12, 7:30 pm

"The Playing Field is the Classroom:

Mascots & American Indians History Month"
Ms. Teters will address this national issue with local implications of how Indian imagery influences school curriculum and the day-to-day education of students.
The Charlene Teters lecture is free of charge and open to the public.
1998 Teacher Renewal Credits Available
For more information call:
Center for Diversity Education  -  254-9044   EMAIL:

Ms. Teters lecture is being sponsored by:
  • The Center for Diversity Education
  • Interfaith Alliance for Justice
  • Buncome County Intertribal Association
  • Mission-St Joseph's Health System
  • AB Community Relations Council
  • Greensboro Justice Fund
  • YWCA
  • WNC Citizens for an End to Institutional Bigotry
  • UNCA Student Development and
  • Episcopal Diocese of WNC Racism Task Force
  • African American Association



    Western North Carolina Citizens For An End To Institutional Bigotry


    PO Box 18640
    Asheville, NC 28814
    Tel: 828-669-6677
    Fax 828-669-8862