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by Brielle Entzminger | August 03, 2018
Benjamin F. Yancey Elementary School and its predecessors have anchored Southern Albemarle's African-American community for almost 150 years. In 2017, Albemarle County closed the school in response to low enrollment and a loss of funding. Its 110 students divided into two neighboring school districts, Scottsville and Red Hill. Ericka ...
Credit: Gracie Kreth, Charlottesville Tomorrow
A hand-painted sign stands near the entrance of the Benjamin F. Yancey Elementary School building.
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