Who tells our stories? Charlottesville Inclusive Media wants to better inform — and include — our communities

Charlottesville is full of potential. But we can’t be the best community possible until we create space for more people to lead. Charlottesville Tomorrow, Vinegar Hill Magazine and the In My Humble Opinion talk show — together Charlottesville Inclusive Media — believe that it’s time for a change.  If we are going to fulfill Charlottesville’s potential together, we have to invite more people into everything, but especially into our media, our stories and, really, our shared understanding of who we are.

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Cultural Appreciation vs. Cultural Appropriation

Cultural Appreciation vs. Cultural Appropriation

by Khalilah Jones | Featured Image by John Visions Model: Micah Washington Wardrobe Styling: Khalilah Jones Listen, we all know that trends come and go, especially those related to fashion. More often than not, people will take up a unique new fashion trend without a thought as to where it has come from. As a person that feels that my clothing and personal style are a means of self expression, I...

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Entertainment Lawyer/Manager, Elva Mason talks about Growing up in Charlottesville, Her ties to Vinegar Hill and Giving Back

Entertainment Lawyer/Manager, Elva Mason talks about Growing up in Charlottesville, Her ties to Vinegar Hill and Giving Back

by Sarad Davenport Elva Mason is a native of Charlottesville, whose mother grew up on Vinegar Hill. She is a UVA undergraduate and Law grad, and an attorney/manager  to high-profile clients in the entertainment/media industry.  For attorney/manager Elva Mason, home has always been where community, faith, and family are. Raised in Charlottesville, and attending elementary school at Jefferson...

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9 Charlottesville officials and police union head named in 73-page lawsuit alleging racism in firing of police chief

9 Charlottesville officials and police union head named in 73-page lawsuit alleging racism in firing of police chief

(Originally Published by Charlottesville Tomorrow) Photo Credit: Charlotte Rene Woods/Charlottesville Tomorrow by Charlotte Rene Woods @charlottewords cwoods@cvilletomorrow.org (CIM Partner) Former Police Chief RaShall Brackney announces she is suing the city of Charlottesville, nine of its top officials and a local police union leader over her Sept. 1, 2021 firing. Former Charlottesville Police...

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