The Girls Are Alwrite Takes Over New Issue

Vinegar Hill Spring Special Edition

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. It is time we acknowledge that  Black and Brown girls’ voices a part of us and their imaginations are to be respected.

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