Because you can be the change you want to see.
Join us in creating media that highlights and embraces multiculturalism in Asheville. We are proud to be POC owned, and the only bilingual platform in 828.
Would you like to support multicultural media, while you support a friend?
Your donation of $250. We will feature the business of your choice for two months in all of our platforms, and we will make 2 videos (1 minute long)
Your donation of $500
We will make 5 one minute videos for the business of your choice and feature in our platforms for 5 months
Greater donations are very appreciated and will be used to produce stories from our communities and always with the goal to promote multiculturalism.
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SUPPORT DIVERSIFYING MEDIA IN 828
Because to create a community that is inclusive, we need to do many things and one of those things is to encourage and support media made by POC. Yes folks, Descubre Asheville is the first platform in 828, openly embracing diversity by creating media that highlights our rich and multicultural communities .
WHAT MAKES DESCUBRE ASHEVILLE UNIQUE?
Bilingual, multicultural, independent, unchained and 100% local media
Because at this very time, we need to stand together and not be afraid to show our values. Descubre Asheville values life, families together, Black Lives, Brown Lives, the LGBTQ community and ALL. For this reason we want to ask you to join us in creating the community we deserve.
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That’s right SABORA BURGERS & SANDWICHES is DA BOMB. For me is the BEST truck of its kind, and yes, I have tried some of the other food trucks with a similar concept and they are ok, but Sabora steals the show y’all, no doubt.
I have also shared some of the other items I tried on Facebook/Descubre Asheville.
GYPSY QUEEN CUISINE, owned by Lebanese immigrant and Chef Suzy Phillips, or as I like to think of this lady, the QUEEN OF ALL FOOD TRUCKS IN ASHEVILLE. The restaurant is a really neat place and a mini grocery store as well.
I like to think of this place as Little México in Asheville. Now, is not like the hipster Condesa neighborhood in México City, Can Cun, or any of the stunning colonial cities we have in Mexico.
To promote a culture of inclusion by showcasing diversity in media, and by highlighting the contributions POC and ALL make to Asheville.
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