As our environment continues to grapple with the pandemic and social inequities arising from institutional racism, we invite you to honor Pride month as a time to re-imagine the ways we can connect nonprofits, volunteers, donors, and the community to one another in the Central Virginia region.
June is LGBTQ+ Pride Month nationally. This month was chosen because in June 1969 there was an “uprising” at the Stonewall Inn in NY, that sparked a liberation movement.
Every May, the Administration for Community Living (ACL) leads the celebration of Older Americans Month. This year’s theme focuses on how older adults can age in their communities…
Join Vault Virginia and WTJU 91.1FM to help raise funds for the humanitarian crises in Ukraine.
The Jefferson School African American Heritage Center is hosting a series of two-day conversations on the subject of reparations, funded in part by a grant from Virginia Humanities. The fourth public lecture in the series will take place on May 17 at 6 PM.
This month is Global Volunteer Month and there are many opportunities to volunteer in our community.
Inspired by the production of THE CHILDREN by Lucy Kirkwood, Live Arts will host a community conversation about energy, sustainability, art, and activism. Join in this important conversation featuring community experts Dr. Donal Day, Kay Leigh Ferguson, Dr. James Groves, and Susan Kruse.
Free Zoom meeting with guest speakers Corey Borgman, Montessori Education and Outreach Director, UVA and Andrew Pennock, Associate Professor of Public Policy, UVA.
On Friday, April 1, WTJU will celebrate its 65th birthday with a special three-hour broadcast from 6 – 9 p.m. The first hour features an audio documentary about WTJU, followed by a two-hour live broadcast showcasing four live performances.
Ukrainian refugees are receiving relief aid and safe accommodation in Eastern and Western Europe thanks to organizations assisted by Charlottesville ministry, Christian Aid Mission.