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Local poet and pediatrician Irène Mathieu has been a storyteller for as long as she can remember. Before she learned...
Not black and white
In its first listening session July 28, the City Council-appointed Commission on Race, Memorials and Public Spaces...
Searching for solutions
Author’s note: With race at the heart of this story, an editorial decision was made to identify every person’s race...
Council okays commission on...
City Council unanimously approved a Blue Ribbon Commission on Race, Memorials and Public Spaces May 2 after a...
Spreading the words
Every March thousands gather in Charlottesville for the Virginia Festival of the Book, now in its 22nd year, to...
According to the Virginia Historical Society, “The most violent episode of the civil rights movement in Virginia...
March 17—St. Patrick’s Day—was a pretty typical day for third-year Martese Johnson at the University of Virginia. A...
In the past year, Charlottesville Police Chief Tim Longo stood in front of the national media scrum multiple times to...
There is little doubt that the subject of race relations is currently at the forefront of the American conversation....
Red flag? Group plans to...
The same people who came to Charlottesville earlier this year to defend the city holiday honoring Confederate...
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