On this session of WTJU’s Soundboard, Charlotte and Elliott discuss the article they published about the Charlottesville Police Civilian Review Board, how it was both prompted by the white supremacist rallies in 2017 and longer tensions and what victory looks like during the board’s first anniversary.
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Related Articles: Students’ videos highlight immigration issues West Main statue to be discussed as streetscape moves forward Mayor calls for removal of Lewis and Clark statue On WTJU’s Soundboard this week, Billy, Giles, and Elliott talk with host Lewis Reining about a student film about the experience of immigration and about discussions about whether to move or […]
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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, Elliott and Emily talk with host Eliza Wilson about Opportunity Zones, the provision in the 2017 Federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that incentivizes investment in low-income neighborhoods. That provision has helped bring a second Hyatt hotel to the Shops at Stonefield but could also support the big affordable housing projects in […]
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.