Search: Charlene Green
March 10, 2018
The Charlottesville Office of Human Rights should get a revenue boost in the next city budget, but activists say it needs even more money and an increased ability to investigate discrimination complaints. The citizen requests and the proposed $38,000 funding increase to bump a part-time position to full time ...
February 27, 2018
Lee-Jackson Day will no longer be listed as a holiday by Albemarle County schools Albemarle County has concluded one debate about Confederate symbols in public schools. Following parent protests, Lee-Jackson Day will not appear in future school calendars. This year, the state holiday celebrating Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and ...
January 28, 2018
Director discusses work of architecture school entity in relation to city’s woes Charlottesville’s vision statement aspires for the city to be “A Great Place to Live for All of Our Citizens.” But as evidenced at recent City Council meetings and the response to the Unite the Right rally ...
June 27, 2017
The Charlottesville Office of Human Rights is resuming the Dialogue on Race this fall. More than 60 community members gathered for the first kickoff meeting Tuesday evening at Carver Recreation Center, where Charlene Green, manager of the Office of Human Rights, gave attendees information on the program. The Dialogue on ...