Vinegar Hill and Discover Black C-Ville Collab

Vinegar Hill merch has partnered with Discover Black C-Ville to provide merch for those who want to celebrate and lift up the experience of Black people in Charlottesville, past, present, and future. Discover Black C-Ville was created to tell modern, historically accurate, and inclusive Black stories in Charlottesville and Albemarle County. Authenticity and ownership are key aspects of these stories. 

This mission is in direct alignment with that of Vinegar Hill and it makes perfect sense for us to collaborate. We are a media organization that just so happens to have dope merch and now we are adding Discover Black C-Ville Merch. Get the mag, buy the mech, join the conversation. 

Purchase your Discover Black C-Ville Merch Here

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