But you can still tell them what you think.
Plus, judge dismisses former police chief Brackney’s discrimination suit.
“Our advice to the defendants: Don’t go whistling Dixie yet, because we have only just begun to battle,” said Brackney’s attorney Charles Tucker.
Virginia’s legislative session began this week.
Did someone forward you this email? Maybe you’re reading it on web? Here’s where you can subscribe for free! Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2023 Charlottesville and Albemarle County are now swiftly changing the names of local schools — specifically those who were named for people who were central to our racists legacies. In the last two […]
Plus, the mystery of late UVA graduate student pay.
“This doesn’t happen to other employees,” said campus union chair Laura Ornée.
Two Confederate legacy groups are suing in an attempt to force Charlottesville to take the Lee statue back from the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center.
Did someone forward you this email? Get nonprofit, local news in your inbox too — for free! Subscribe here. Tuesday, Jan. 10, 2023 There was another shooting in Charlottesville over the weekend. This one happened Sunday afternoon in Belmont. One person died and another was injured. Police have arrested two people, including the second victim, […]
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