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Charlottesville teachers among tens of thousands weighing in on Youngkin’s transgender student policies

If you like this newsletter, why not forward it to a friend? Here’s where they can subscribe for free! Tuesday, Sept. 27, 2022 Public comment on Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s proposed policies for transgender students opened yesterday. The policies forbid teachers from referring to students by their preferred pronouns without parental consent and block students from […]

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Early voting starts today!

This email includes a story from Louisa County. If you know someone from that county who might be interested, please forward this email and share this link to subscribe for free! Friday, Sept. 23, 2022 Voters, are you excited? Early voting starts today! Check out the 2022 Voter Guide for more information! Today we bring […]

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On view next week: Turn of the century portraits that tell a different story of Jim Crow Charlottesville

If you like these newsletters, tell a friend to subscribe for free! Tuesday, Sept. 13, 2022 There’s a photography exhibition opening in Charlottesville next week that will display the professionally taken portraits of nearly 200 local African Americans taken in the early 20th Century. These pictures were made when Jim Crow laws enforced racial segregation […]