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An abstract discourse

With history behind it, ‘Charlottesville Collects African American Art’ breaks norms

Remembering the forgotten

Elijah. Julia. Sam. I took in every name, and let each resonate within me, as I quietly examined the granite slabs. I...

Celebrating Juneteenth

Since press time, Governor Ralph Northam has proposed legislation to make Juneteenth a paid state holiday. If it...

Yay or neigh?

The developers of Six Hundred West Main, a luxury apartment building that opened in September, promised the city a...

In brief

Tour de force For the past couple of years, Jalane Schmidt, UVA professor and activist, and Andrea Douglas, Jefferson...

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An all-black town. An all-black town? It was a stray mention in a book on the 1921 Tulsa race massacre, but Jamelle...

YOU Issue: Monuments to women

“C’ville is awash with monuments. Why no statues to women besides a cowering Sacajawea (who happened to be pregnant...

Pilgrims’ report

A month ago, around 100 locals set off on two buses to Montgomery, Alabama, carrying soil from the site where John...

Journey begins

About 50 people gathered in the woods beside the train tracks running west of Charlottesville early July 7. The...