Contributed by Charlottesville Anti-Racist Media Liaisons | Photos by Locs Image (Charlottesville, Va.) — Take ’Em Down Cville, a coalition of...
Contributed by CIM Project partner Charlottesville Tomorrow CHARLOTTE RENE WOODS @charlottewords Charlottesville Mayor Nikuyah Walker posted a short...
With this as the backdrop, we talked for three hours about equity, partnerships, governing style, and much more in a conversation that could have continued all day, if not interrupted by a family emergency. I hope to continue our discussion and present it here at another time. As always Mayor Walker was candid and fearless with her responses and insights. What comes through in our discussion is that she remains a champion of the under-represented as she is willing to force conversations that some deem difficult.
No American President in history has allowed the far-right extremist to align themselves with him. The day after the tragedy in Charlottesville, Virginia in August 2017, David Duke former Grand Dragon of the Ku Klux Klan declared that Trump was their “moral leader.” The press and the President’s critics waited and waited for his vehement denial that he was their leader. It never came!
With one like Gathers bearing witness and working as an active presence, we are more likely to remember and to heed his call to “do something.”
Though his work has made and continues to make history, Bellamy leans into our city while stepping out onto an increasingly national stage. Ultimately he is hopeful, both for his work and the movement itself.
Vinegar Hill Magazine caught up with Dr. Bryant Cameron Webb who is running for the seat in the 5th District of Virginia in United States House of Representatives.
At Vinegar Hill Magazine, we believe in the value of human life and we stand in solidarity with the family of Breonna Taylor and those who are again traumatized by the miscarriage of justice. We refuse to be silent when our platform reaches more and more people daily. We will continue to do everything in our editorial power to recognize the fundamental humanity of people and to normalize justice, equity, and inclusion for all.
While she is active and engaged, she is not overworked. “I’m more a less-is-more kind of person,” and I believe her, since she expresses such an awareness of the necessity of the fight for racial equity to continue beyond her efforts. Momentum can only be maintained if people can “sustain these conversations for more than just a moment.”
A collective of community leaders have declared their political independence and launched Our Black Party, a political home for those who are fiercely committed to improving the lives of Black people across this country and demanding meaningful political action that prioritizes the needs of Black people.
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, at least twice a week Home to Hope staff went to the Albemarle-Charlottesville Regional Jail (ACRJ) to talk with inmates about their upcoming release — to develop short and long term goals, and discuss what’s called a Wellness Recovery Access Plan (WRAP).
Charlottesville has been in an affordable housing crisis for years now, made more imperative because of longstanding racial and economic systems of segregation that have denied successful life outcomes to many generations of Black residents while gifting many white residents with wide-ranging structural and policy supports.
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.
Amidst a period of uncertainty at Charlottesville High School, Dr. Gurley, a representative of Charlottesville City Schools, has announced the appointment of Mr. Kenneth Leatherwood as the interim leader of the school. This decision comes following the resignation...
Charlottesville, VA – On Thursday, November 9th, Vinegar Hill Magazine and In My Humble Opinion Talk Show hosted a vibrant discussion on housing, redevelopment, and real estate in Charlottesville, bringing together more than 75 community members, experts, and...
Let's talk about a topic that's always been a silent current buzzing in the beauty and fashion world – the policing of Black and curvy women's style choices in the workplace. It's 2023, and it's high time we say goodbye to these outdated standards and embrace the...
The Virginia Film Festival is set to host a media availability for the Oscar-nominated director Ava DuVernay, known for her acclaimed works such as "Selma" and "The 13th". This event will take place in advance of the U.S. premiere of her latest film, "Origin". The...
Interview by S. Davenport | Photos by Eze Amos After a years-long saga, the removal of Charlottesville's Robert E. Lee statue has reached a new phase. In 2021, the Charlottesville City Council agreed to donate the statue to the Jefferson School African American...
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