Race and Place in Charlottesville

How can I love my neighbor if I don't know their story? 

Race and Place in Charlottesville

Watch a Study Center video tour of Charlottesville's history of race and racism interpreted through the streets, buildings, monuments, and spaces of Charlottesville’s university and downtown communities.

Led by Study Center Board Chair and Professor of Architectural History, Louis Nelson, the series features interviews with local experts, public historians, and residents. The series is motivated by Jesus' command to love our neighbors.

Catch All the Episodes Online

New episodes will be uploaded each weekday in February! You can watch them on Vimeo or find them in podcast form on Spotify or iTunes. 

Watch Episodes

Join Our Small Group

Starting Friday, January 25, Katie Hightower will host a small group based on the documentary series to further discuss the episode content. The group will meet weekly at 4:00 p.m.  at the Study Center. 

128 Chancellor Street | Charlottesville, VA 22903

Find Out More About the Small Group

Screen the Preview Event On Facebook

On Monday, January 21, the Study Center hosted a preview screening of the documentary on UVA Grounds. Watch a few episodes followed by a conversation with Study Center Board Chair and Architectural History Professor Louis Nelson and Starr Hill resident Pat Edwards as they share reflections on "Race and Place in Charlottesville".   

Watch the Preview Event Here