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Marching for Black Lives

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This week, WTJU’s Soundboard focuses on the local demonstrations in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. First, we catch up with Charlottesville Tomorrow about what they saw on the ground at the Charlottesville protests. We also talk to Sarad Davenport, of Vinegar Hill Magazine, about how the same systemic inequities fueling worldwide demonstrations exacerbate the impact of COVID-19 in communities of color. And stay tuned to hear some of the conversations about police brutality happening in the rural parts of our area.
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Elliott Robinson

Elliott Robinson has spent nearly 15 years in journalism and joined Charlottesville Tomorrow as its news editor in August 2018 through 2021. He is a graduate of Christopher Newport University.

Charlotte Rene Woods

I was Charlottesville Tomorrow’s government reporter from 2019 to 2022. Thanks for letting me be your resident nerd on how local and state governments serve us. Keep up with me @charlottewords on Twitter. If you haven’t yet, consider subscribing to Charlottesville Tomorrow’s FREE newsletter to get updates from the newsroom on the things you want to know.

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Sarad Davenport

Sarad Davenport is the content manager and digital strategist for Vinegar Hill Magazine.

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