Pisgah Legal Services, with support of the Bounty & Soul health and wellness organization, will be presenting their second information session to instruct local Latinos on how to cope with the new political environment. It will be held on Monday, February 6, at the St. James Episcopal Church in Black Mountain (424 West State Street – US 70 just west of the town center). The program, entitled “Tranquilos, Informados, y Preparados,” will be delivered primarily in the Spanish language, and will begin at 6 PM. This is the second in the series that provides general information on our Hispanic neighbors’ rights.
Please spread the word about this valuable session to all who might benefit. Bounty and Soul collaborates with other local organizations to bring nutrition and health assistance to underserved, low-income people in the Swannanoa Valley region. Providing free legal advice to immigrants is just one of the many services that Pisgah Legal offers throughout Western North Carolina.