Mack Male via Commons

The restaurant and food industry in Virginia is huge, making up one in every ten jobs and bringing in nearly $17 billion annually, according to the National Restaurant Association. But, as the Me Too movement has taken hold, so have women’s voices. From Roanoke to Richmond, people working in the industry say sexual harassment is common.

The Me Too movement has swept across the country, resulting in the firing and resignations of many famous men. The movement has also had an impact on a local level, all across Virginia, as more and more women come forward with experiences of abuse.

Charlottesville's Work on 'Changing the Narrative'

Mar 15, 2018
Jordy Yager

In the wake the white supremacist rallies in Charlottesville this past summer, several groups of African American teenagers decided to take their futures, and their narratives, into their own hands.

Associated Press

On Tuesday night a panel of speakers commemorated Martin Luther King Jr.’s visit to the University of Virginia in 1963. Now, 55 years later, they asked "Where are we and where do we go from here?"

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The organizer of the white supremacist rally this past summer in Charlottesville has filed a lawsuit against the city, alleging that his constitutional rights were violated.