The Girls Are Alwrite Takes Over New Issue

This issue is curated by and features original works from The Girls Are Alwrite participants. Readers will have an opportunity to become acquainted with this community’s next generation of writers and thinkers.  It is our hope that this issue allows the Charlottesville community to see the talent our youth possesses as well as allow new and fresh perspectives of an ostracized and oppressed demographic to be heard.

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Energy Titan Generating Sustainability through Wind and Hope

Energy Titan Generating Sustainability through Wind and Hope

Contributed by Milton Steppe of SteppeMedia Recently, I took a trip by boat with a group of community leaders to visit the wind farm currently under construction by Dominion Energy, just off the coast near Virginia Beach. The wind farm is an amazing engineering and architectural wonder, with turbines standing over 500 feet tall.  When completed thousands of homes will have a new source of...

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Mayor Nikuyah Walker opens up about her agonizing decision to drop out of the city council race — ‘It’s really taken a toll on me.’

Mayor Nikuyah Walker opens up about her agonizing decision to drop out of the city council race — ‘It’s really taken a toll on me.’

Nikuyah Walker kicked off her 2017 campaign at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah Walker had tears in her eyes Wednesday morning while discussing her choice to withdraw from this year’s City Council race. In an interview with Charlottesville Tomorrow over Zoom she confirmed the news she’d posted to her personal Facebook page a few minutes prior,...

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Nominations for The People’s Choice | We are Charlottesville | Best In Black Awards

Nominations for The People’s Choice | We are Charlottesville | Best In Black Awards

Cast your nominations HERE Nominations for The People’s Choice | We are Charlottesville | Best In Black Awards are now open. We are so excited to open up the process this year. Use this LINK to nominate your favorite Black business or individual in each category so that we can celebrate 'The Best In Black' in the C-Ville area. The top 3-5 in each category will be voted on by the public beginning...

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