In the News
The Memory Project's Professor Jalane Schmidt was interviewed by The Washington Post about the removal of the "Johnny Reb" Confederate statue.
The UVA Equity Center, Youth-Nex and the Madison House have launched a new website as a resource for teachers and families across the Charlottesville area.
The Memory Project's Gillet Rosenblith writes about the effect of Covid-19 on public housing policy in The Washington Post.
As part of the Aspen Ideas Festival, former White House Domestic Policy directors Melody Barnes and John Bridgeland have a conversation with Dan Porterfield, President and CEO of the Aspen Institute, on the current state of affairs.
A conversation between Co-Director Melody Barnes and Irish Times columnist and author Fintan O’Toole, on recent events in America: Black Lives Matter and police brutality, George Floyd and Donald Trump, civil rights and the American crisis.
Co-Director Melody Barnes writes about Richmond's Monument Avenue in The Washington Post.
New column by Deliberative Media Lab Director Siva Vaidhyanathan in The Guardian.