This week on WTJU’s Soundboard, Charlottesville City Schools is making big changes to its gifted program following criticism from students and parents. Plus Ty Cooper tells us why it is essential for community members to support black-owned businesses in Charlottesville and Peter Galaska discusses the impact of tariffs on farmers in the Commonwealth. More information about the Black Business Expo on September 14th at IX Art Park can be found here.
Reimagining Quest + Black Business Expo
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