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Friday, July 7, 2023
On Tuesday, we sent an email with news about our newsroom, and why we’re part of Charlottesville Inclusive Media.
Today, I’m sharing stories from and by our community. We hope you enjoy listening and reading, and subscribe to the In My Humble Opinion podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, or wherever you get your podcasts.
Here are the stories that we hope can speak for themselves. Thanks for listening and reading.
Angilee Shah, CEO and Editor-in-Chief
Listen: Why this photographer wants communities in Charlottesville to say, ‘No, we are not oppressed’
On the In My Humble Opinion podcast, Marley Nichelle says they wants Black communities in Charlottesville to feel like they can thrive.
May 31, 2023
On the In My Humble Opinion podcast, India Sims talks about the challenges of doing simple things in a city that won’t change.
Gun violence is as much about changing our culture as it is about changing our laws, says UVA undergrad activist
May 3, 2023
Karly Scholz says it’s time her generation changed its relationship with guns.
April 7, 2023
Next on In My Humble Opinion’s podcast, Charley Burton on being Black and trans in central Virginia.
Listen: With 500 restaurants in a 10-mile radius, Charlottesville chef Atwon Brinson says there has to be a better way to staff them
February 24, 2023
In My Humble Opinion’s podcast has a candid conversation with Brinson about his perspective on life in restaurants in central Virginia.
February 23, 2023
Katrina Spencer learned to detach from disasters a long time ago. So when a car punched a hole in her home, life went on.
February 3, 2023
Substitute crossing guard Adrienne Dent writes that drivers too often go too fast and that it’s time the city takes further action to slow them down.
December 23, 2022
Mithrellas Curtis, incarcerated at the Fluvanna Correctional Center, makes ‘magic out of thin air’ — no matter where she celebrates the holidays.
In Charlottesville’s ‘summer of hate,’ a Chinese American pastor found his place in the struggle for civil rights
August 11, 2022
Michael Cheuk didn’t know how we would respond to the Unite the Right rally — until he reconsidered his own family history and his faith.
July 5, 2022
What does it mean to be Black in the Charlottesville Police Department? A former detective remembers the KKK rally of 2017 — and what it means when law enforcement tries to recruit minority officers.
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