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 African-American history 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.

Preview the Video Series

On Monday, January 21 from 6:00-8:00 p.m., preview the Race and Place in Charlottesville series at Wilson 402. Watch a selection of episodes and hear from Louis Nelson and Pat Edwards, a Starr Hill Resident. 

This event is part of UVA's Community MLK celebration.


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Catch All the Episodes Online

New episodes will be uploaded each weekday in February!

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