On this edition of Soundboard, Charlotte, Giles, and Elliott look at Charlottesville Tomorrow’s 2019 Voter Guide and where the fault lines are between different candidates in the Charlottesville and Albemarle County primaries.
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Related Articles: City of Promise leader chosen as first supervisor of equity and inclusion for Charlottesville schools In Charlottesville, Greensboro leaders discuss healing after racist violence On WTJU’s Soundboard this week, Billy, Giles, and Emily talk with host Eliza Wilson about the ongoing effects of the national spotlight on Charlottesville, including the city school division’s new hire […]
On WTJU’s Soundboard this week, Charlotte, Giles, and Elliott talk with host Eliza Wilson about news on the latest tenants moving into the historic Woolen Mills factory.
On WTJU’s Soundboard this week, Giles, Elliott, and Emily talk with host Eliza Wilson about change in the Belmont neighborhood of Charlottesville, including a long-time rental community being displaced and the pressures that promote single-family homes over potentially affordable apartment buildings.
On WTJU’s Soundboard this week, Giles, Charlotte, and Emily talk with host Eliza Wilson about the Tom Tom Festival and Summit, which included a talk on climate change becoming a bipartisan issue, a competition promoting student innovators, and a discussion of the role of universities in housing affordability.
There was an incredible moment at the Virginia Festival of the Book’s “History Embodied: Public Monuments & Power” event at the Jefferson School. About 20 minutes into his interview with former New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu and Charlottesville City Councillor Wes Bellamy, moderator Gregg Kimball, the state’s historian and a co-chair of Richmond’s Monument Avenue Commission, asked […]
On WTJU’s Soundboard this week, Charlotte, Elliott, and Giles talk with host Eliza Wilson about the online threat that closed Charlottesville City Schools, how educators supported students while schools were closed, and the demand from Charlottesville High School’s Black Students Union that the school system address racism comprehensively. Listen to the show here.
On WTJU’s Soundboard this week, Elliott, Giles, and Emily talk with host Eliza Wilson about how much Charlottesville plans to invest in affordable housing and how to pay for it, the new minimum wage at the University of Virginia, and plans to build a hotel on Pantops. Listen to the show here.
On WTJU’s Soundboard this week, Elliott, Giles, and Emily talk with hosts Nathan Moore and Eliza Wilson about race and zoning in Charlottesville and recent efforts to empower historically African-American neighborhoods. Listen to the show here.