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John Hayes, Sophie Dixon, and the members of the Empowerment Resource Center had a VISION: a small but powerful radio station that could help heal and transform our community through music and information. WRES, reaching 65,000 listeners in Asheville, is the fulfillment of that vision.

Please use our website to find out more about WRES, including our mission, our board of directors, our programming schedule and information about the Asheville community.

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Listen to WRES-LP 100.7 FM ONLINE!

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Also Added:

Listen to "The Doctor Is In: Dementia in the African American Community: One Year Later (MP3 format)

Listen to "The Doctor Is In: HIV-AIDS...Crisis in the African American Community- Part II (MP3 format)

Listen to "Taking Care of Business with Andrea Wright Part 1", February 2007 (MP3 format)

Listen to "Taking Care of Business with Andrea Wright Part 2", February 2007 (MP3 format)

Listen to "The Doctor Is In: A Mother's Cry: He's still my child (MP3 format)

Listen to Pisgah Legal Services: "Domestic Violence Part 1" (MP3 format)

Listen to Pisgah Legal Services: "Domestic Violence Part 2" (MP3 format)

Listen to Credit Talk: "Earned Income Tax Credit" (MP3 format, 27.8Mb )

Listen to "Taking Care of Business" with Andrea Wright (MP3 format, 13.6Mb )

Listen to The Challenges of Health Parity Part 1 (MP3 format, 7Mb )

Listen to The African Origin of Christianity with Dr. Ashra Kwesi (MP3 format, 7Mb )



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