Community Engagement Survey: African American Heritage Trail in Asheville
The Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority (BCTDA) is beginning the process of developing a physical and virtual African American Heritage Trail. Part of the proposed project includes a walking trail through downtown Asheville with approximately 19 undetermined stops that use themes to present stories from historic African American communities. These themes might include community life, entrepreneurship, faith, entertainment, and education.
The stories will inform the location of each trail marker and the trail's path through downtown Asheville. The trail's markers will be installed and maintained in perpetuity by the BCTDA as part of its Wayfinding Signage Program.
This survey is part of the community engagement process meant to inform the development of the trail’s stories, route, markers, and a corresponding website. The BCTDA will hold a series of follow up workshops open to the public in January. Please see the BCTDA's website for more information.
What do you see as the greatest benefit of having an African American Heritage Trail in Asheville?
What do you see as the greatest challenge to overcome?
What part of the African American experience do you think history most often overlooks or excludes?
What stories do you think should be a part of Asheville’s physical or virtual African American Heritage Trail?
What community groups or individuals would you suggest we involve in the creation of the African American Heritage Trail?
If you would like to be more involved, how should we follow up with you?
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