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Charlottesville



  • The History That James Baldwin Wanted America to See

    by Eddie S. Glaude, Jr.

    "In his reflections on King, Baldwin wrote that we were witnessing the death of segregation, and that the question was how long and how expensive the funeral would be. If only he knew."



  • Charlottesville belies racism’s deep roots in the North

    by Brian J Purnell and Jeanne Theoharis

    A southern city has now become synonymous with the ongoing scourge of racism in the United States. Such a one-sided view misses how entrenched, widespread and multi-various racism is and has been across the country.



  • Virginia church to move plaques honoring Lee and Washington

    In response to violent protests over the fate of a Confederate statue in Charlottesville, Virginia earlier this year, a 244-year-old Episcopal church in Alexandria is planning to move a set of plaques honoring former parishioners Robert E. Lee and George Washington.