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Aug 12 2022In Charlottesville’s ‘summer of hate,’ a Chinese American pastor found his place in the struggle for civil rights
Michael Cheuk didn’t know how we would respond to the Unite the Right rally — until he reconsidered his own family history and his faith.More
Jul 5 2022In the police department, it was a struggle to be Black, and at home, it was a struggle to be blue
What does it mean to be Black in the Charlottesville Police Department? A former detective remembers the KKK rally of 2017 — and what it means when law enforcement tries to recruit minority officers.More
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Recognizing that audiences are gravitating to talk format video shows that are easy to consume and archive on social media and responding to audience feedback that there are few media “spaces” in our market that unify Black and white lenses on news, events, and policy initiatives, Charlottesville Tomorrow is producing a one-hour video talk show […]Learn More
This multimodal storytelling project employs art by Sahara Clemons, audio-visual content by Lorenzo Dickerson, and journalism to explore the realities of the pandemic, highlight stories of resilience and struggle, and examine the possibilities and difficulties of building a stronger and more inclusive community.Learn More
This series uses the Social Determinants of Health as a foundational framework and guideposts to bring you stories of how the COVID-19 crisis has impacted some of our local African American communities.Learn More
It’s time for a change.
The Charlottesville Inclusive Media project was formed by Charlottesville Tomorrow, In My Humble Opinion Radio Show, and Vinegar Hill Magazine with the goal of bringing more inclusive representation to local media.
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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 the Central Virginia region.
In My Humble Opinion talk radio show is the brainchild of Maxicelia Robinson and is the most popular African American talk radio show in the local Charlottesville area market..
Founded in 2005, Charlottesville Tomorrow is a hyperlocal journalism 501(c)(3) nonprofit with a mission to expand civic engagement and foster a vibrant, inclusive, and interdependent community.