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Thursday, April 11 • 4:30pm - 6:00pm
History of Vinegar Hill: Race & Inequality in Charlottesville NOW OPEN

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Charlene Green, Manager of Charlottesville's Office of Human Rights, will provide a snapshot of Charlottesville's racial and ethnic history though a presentation of stories and artifacts highlighting the city’s long history of working to fight segregation and discrimination. Join us Green in this free community event as she “connect[s] the dots” between Charlottesville’s racial history and the issues the city faces today. 


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Charlene Green

Manager, Charlottesville’s Office of Human Rights
Charlene Green has over 30 years of experience in education, working as a teacher in elementary and secondary schools and as an assistant professor at Millersville University in Pennsylvania. She has been a trainer and consultant in Multicultural Education for the past 25 years. Charlene... Read More →

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