The 21-page document advocates for inclusionary and protective zoning, among other policies and practices that its authors and contributors feel will lead to a more equitable city.
When Shelby Edwards stepped into the role of executive director of PHAR in summer 2020, it was like the blooming of a seed planted long ago, says PHAR co-founder and board president Joy Johnson. This week, they sat down with Charlottesville Tomorrow to look forward to the future of the organization.
Ms. Joy Johnson received national recognition for her commitment to housing advocacy, but she’s most proud of what she and her neighbors have accomplished locally.
This article was updated at 11:50 a.m. Jan. 11, 2021, to fix an error. Jalane Schmidt said Charlottesville activists saw the plans for the Unite the Right rally and warned officials, but those officials did not take the threats seriously. We regret the error. While the nation expressed shock and disbelief that rioters stormed the […]
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Some say politeness insignificant compared with need for change Since the deadly Unite the Right rally Aug. 12, locals have come before Charlottesville’s City Council to demand answers about the summer, air their grievances and press for change from their government. Over the past six months, meetings have been punctuated with screaming matches, confrontations, calls […]