Coverage of COVID-19 Returns as “Still Determined”

Beginning February 16, the Charlottesville Inclusive Media Project and journalist Samantha Willis will revisit the Determined series and embark on a new community storytelling project called “Still Determined”

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Still Determined: Mending Minds of Color

Still Determined: Mending Minds of Color

A Charlottesville mental health services agency helps holistically heal the minds, bodies and spirits of Black, Latinx, and underprivileged women, as other groups offer mental health support to local people of color. By Samantha Willis | Photos by Lorenzo Dickerson | Artwork by Sahara Clemons As COVID-19 cases climbed last year, so too did the toll weigh heavier on Americans' mental and...

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Still Determined: Vaccine Vexation

Still Determined: Vaccine Vexation

Black and Latinx people are dying disproportionately from COVID-19 in the Piedmont region; why have so few been vaccinated? by Samantha Willis | Photos by Lorenzo Dickerson | Art by Sahara Clemons In the final month of the turbulent year 2020, Sandra Lindsay – a New York City critical care nurse, who also happens to be a Black woman – became the first American outside of clinical trials to...

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Sewing and Stitching with Radical Self-Love

Sewing and Stitching with Radical Self-Love

by Sarad Davenport Photos by Eze Amos Lisa Woolfork and her ‘Stitch Please’ podcast has gained more than 110,000 downloads and is a show that “supports, celebrates, and inspires Black women sewists around the world.” Dr. Woolfork says that although, “I didn't start sewing until I was in graduate school. My mother sewed. My grandmother sewed. My great-grandmother also apparently sewed, and I...

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Vinegar Hill Magazine is a space that is designed to support and project a more inclusive social narrative, to promote entrepreneurship, and to be a beacon for art, culture, and politics in Central Virginia.

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