Visit the Charlottesville Inclusive Media project’s website to find out more about the work of the partnership and how you can participate.
Recognizing that legacy local media systems are part of the problem of structural racism in Charlottesville, the Charlottesville Inclusive Media project (CIM) seeks to build a trusted framework for local news and policy reporting grounded in service to communities that builds trust, transparency, and power in inclusive local media and decision-making systems.
Airing weekly live on 101.3FM, IMHO focuses on being a sounding board for issues that affect the local Black community and creating opportunities to effect positive change, and have honest, thought-provoking conversation about issues that affect one of us or all of us. IMHO’s mission has always been to encourage, to enlighten, inform, and to change.
The work of the IMHO and Charlottesville Tomorrow partnership includes:
The In My Humble Opinion radio show, airing live from 12-3 p.m. on Sundays on 101.3FM and available on Facebook, TuneIn and YouTube.
Vinegar Hill Magazine is a space that is designed to support a more inclusive social narrative, to promote entrepreneurship, and to be a beacon for art, culture, and politics in the Central Virginia region.
The work of the Vinegar Hill Magazine and Charlottesville Tomorrow partnership includes:
The seven part Determined: Stories of resilience in a broken ecosystem series uses the Social Determinants of Health as a foundational framework and guideposts to bring you stories of how the COVID-19 crisis has impacted some of our African American communities. Funded by the Facebook Journalism Project.
WTJU enriches the culture of Virginia and extends the educational mission of UVA by bringing together diverse individuals and communities through exceptional music and conversation.
WTJU is licensed to the University of Virginia and is broadcast on 91.1 FM
The work of the WTJU and Charlottesville Tomorrow partnership includes:
In a partnership with WTJU 91.1 FM, Charlottesville Tomorrow is featured on Soundboard, a weekly program on news in Charlottesville and Albemarle County. Soundboard is hosted by WTJU’s Nathan Moore and Eliza Wilson.
All shows are archived on Soundcloud