Unapologetically: Black Women talk about taking up Space Without asking for Permission

Black women are taking up space unapologetically. Sis is embracing her body, leading the charge, giving gratitude to our sister circles and doing it in her prettiest, posh, powerful and poppin’ ensembles. 

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He used to sneak to the back of the library to learn about who he was — now this trans advocate has his own book

He used to sneak to the back of the library to learn about who he was — now this trans advocate has his own book

by Charley Burton There aren’t many trans elders my age in Virginia, let alone in Charlottesville. As 62-year-old Black trans man, my path narrows — and it can sometimes be a lonely one. When the pandemic hit, the trans community, like many others, searched for how to stay connected. Many of us were no strangers to meeting online. We have used apps to meet the loves of our lives. Now, we were...

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Finartech Podcast Launches

Finartech Podcast Launches

The founders of Finartech are Yolanda Rush and Sarad Davenport. They are both serial entrepreneurs with a track record for building sustainable operations. They both have over 40 years of combined experience in the tech and creative industry and met years ago working for one of the most well known financial education and credentialing organizations in the world. Their life and professional...

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India Sims can do everything you can do — just sitting down

India Sims can do everything you can do — just sitting down

by India Sims I got a call from Ryan Homes in the summer of 2019. My family and I were qualified to purchase a home in Glenmore, a gated community in Albemarle County. The agent told us to visit the model homes the next day. I was excited and called my husband; we decided I would go see the homes while he was at work. When I pulled up to the side of the house, I noticed there were steps to the...

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Healthy Aging for All: The Center at Belvedere

Healthy Aging for All: The Center at Belvedere

by Enid B. Krieger | Photos provided by author Bernadette Whitsett-Hammond, recently retired from her position as a school psychologist for Charlottesville City Schools, knew that in this next chapter of life she wanted to continue to learn, grow, and remain healthy in an inclusive environment. When she walked into The Center at Belvedere this past spring, she knew she had found the place to do...

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