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Officio, Board of Directors

Just Economics WNC


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Just Economics of Western North Carolina | Board & Staff

justeconomicswnc.org [cached]

Bella Jackson, Ex Officio
Board of Directors 2017


Just Economics of Western North Carolina - Creating Sustainable Livelihoods

justeconomicswnc.org [cached]

Isabella Jackson- Community Volunteer-Voices Leader


www.mountainx.com

"For us, it's not a struggle with affordability it's a struggle with accessibility," says Bella Jackson, a board member for Just Economics of Western North Carolina, an Asheville-based nonprofit.
She lives in Hillcrest with her husband and two children, and says, "You can't just build housing and expect people to be middle-class. Before we can get there, we've got to look at why things are the way they are." For the past 17 years, Children First/Communities in Schools and the Junior League of Asheville have hosted the annual Child Watch Tour to help community members understand, as Jackson explains, why things are the way they are. All we had was food stamps," Jackson says. This is crucial, Jackson says, because education can be the key out of the poverty cycle.


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