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We are a community-focused public service nonprofit journalism organization. That means our job is to work to improve our community by connecting our people to the public issues and processes that affect their lives everyday. And to do journalism differently with our mission, community, and values at the center. Our goal is to improve local decision-making and planning by connecting our readers to the decision-makers. To do that, we have to have a large audience with a shared truth about what is happening here in Charlottesville. Starting in October 2019, we're kicking off a year of listening sessions all over our coverage area during which we are going to take this conversation to you. We’ll give a brief overview of what we’re doing and then open up a conversation about how we can better serve the Charlottesville community through journalism, public events, and information initiatives. If you have a community group interested in participating, fill out our booking form and we will get in touch!
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