Charlottesville’s Blue Ribbon Commission shared its initial draft proposal with the public on Thursday. People were also given a chance to share their thoughts during public comment.
The Blue Ribbon Commission on Race, Monuments and Public Spaces voted 6-3 Tuesday evening to let the statues dedicated to Confederate leaders remain in place.
Charlottesville's Blue Ribbon Commission on Race, Memorials, and Public Spaces is sharing how much it might cost to remove two of the city's confederate statues and some of the legal ramifications that come of it.
Charlottesville’s Blue Ribbon Commission is reviewing its ideas and information gathered to decide how to address Confederate monuments in the city.
The Charlottesville Blue Ribbon Commission on Race, Memorials, and Public Spaces is closing in on what suggestions to make about the future of Civil War memorials in the city.
The Blue Ribbon Commission has been working diligently on their charge to give Charlottesville City Council a solution to the controversy over historical landmarks in the city.
The Blue Ribbon Commission is opening up the discussion about Charlottesville's historical landmarks.
The Charlottesville Blue Ribbon Commission got input on the city’s Confederate monuments for the first time Wednesday night.
At its third meeting on Thursday night, Charlottesville’s Blue Ribbon Commission elected a chair and vice chair.
The Blue Ribbon Commission held its second meeting on Thursday. The group is looking at what other cities are doing to address issues similar to the ones in Charlottesville.
Charlottesville’s Blue Ribbon Commission met for the first time Thursday to discuss Charlottesville’s Confederate memorials and how to honor both race and history.
The newly appointed Blue Ribbon Commission is ready to discuss the issue of Confederate memorials in Charlottesville. They say the first step to find a solution is to listen.
Charlottesville City Council has announced the nine members of the Blue Ribbon Commission that will study Charlottesville’s Confederate monuments.
Applications are due May 27 to serve on Charlottesville's Blue Ribbon Commission on Race, Monuments and Public Spaces. The commission will research options for Confederate monuments in the city.
The PLACE Design Task Force, which discusses design in Charlottesville, wants a spot on the city’s new blue ribbon commission.
Charlottesville City Council unanimously approved an idea to set up a commission to study the city’s monuments and how to honor history and race.
Charlottesville City Council is preparing to set up a commission to study the city's Confederate monuments.
City leaders in Charlottesville are trying to figure out how to handle a controversy over confederate monuments.
Charlottesville City Council heard from dozens of people on both sides of the debate of what the city should do with its monuments to members of the Confederacy.
Opponents of Charlottesville's effort to remove the statue of Confederate General Robert E. Lee are planning a rally for Monday afternoon. Charlottesville City Council is trying to decide where the city, and its history, goes from here.
The debate over what to do about confederate monuments is coming to a head in Charlottesville.
A peaceful rally calling for the removal of the statue at Lee Park in Charlottesville turned into a shouting match as people voiced their opinions on the issue.
As supporters and opponents take to social media and the internet to voice concerns over Lee Park, Charlottesville City Council has planned to take up the issue at an upcoming meeting in April.