CRITICAL MASS: “When a lot of people are reading the same thing, we can get a critical mass of people understanding certain topics in the community and use that to move the work forward,” says Zack Goldman, far right. Goldman is the community schools learning and evaluation manager for United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County. The organization is one of several local nonprofits that have invited community members to read and discuss Just Mercy prior to Bryan Stevenson’s April 25 talk at UNCA. Also featured (back, from left): Dave Brown, Lin Brown, Lisa Ross, Dionne Greenlee-Jones; (front, from left): Lauren Keely Carlisle and Stevie Alverson. Photo by Tiffany Narron

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