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Tamiko Ambrose Murray

Tamiko Ambrose Murray

Tamiko Ambrose Murray is a writer, cultural organizer and a co-coordinator of Center for Participatory Change’s (CPC) Racial Equity Circle. A resident of Asheville, NC for the past 22 years, Tamiko’s work for racial equity and social justice is rooted in her belief in the transformative power of arts and culture. Tamiko is co-founder of Asheville Writers in the Schools & Community and “Word on the Street/La Voz de los J√≥venes,” a bilingual online arts and culture magazine that is for and by youth of color. She serves on the executive committee of Alternate ROOTS, a Southeast regional coalition of artists, activists and cultural workers, and is Co-President of Asheville City Schools Foundation Board of Directors.