ACHS Unregulated Historical Meanderings:
The Equity & Inclusion Edition w/ Ann Mallek & Siri Russell
Tuesday, April 27, 2021 at 6 PM EDT
Are you aware of the County of Albemarle Office of Equity & Inclusion? Have you heard of the Community Remembrance Project? Both are working towards telling a more complete and inclusive local history. Join us for a conversation with Siri Russell, Albemarle County’s Director of Equity and Inclusion, and Ann Mallek, Board of Supervisors Member representing the White Hall District, on the Board of Supervisors’ initiative to support the sharing of Albemarle County history to broaden the scope of our publicly told histories to be more inclusive of our complete community.
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The ACHS is closed except for by-appointment use of the Research Library. We are offering hours M-F, 8am to 4pm, and on Saturdays, 10am to 2pm. To make an appointment, call 434-296-1492 or email us [email protected].
We value the health and safety of our library patrons, volunteers, staff, and the community at large. We are living through unique times but are dedicated to opening our museum and programs to the public as soon as we can safely do so. Thank you for your interest and support of the Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society. We wish everyone well and look forward to seeing you at the research library or at one of our online virtual online programs! Check out our Calendar page for program schedule.
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Our vision is to reimagine and reinvent the role of the historical society in the twenty-first century: to be a strong civic organization that embraces, in all that we do, the diversity of our community’s history and experience, and promotes a greater understanding of our past, to enlighten the present and foster an inclusive history for future generations.
History is not the past; it is the story we tell about the past. Every person in Albemarle County and the City of Charlottesville has a unique and powerful story to tell. Through collecting, preserving, and interpreting the history of our community, we are committed to informing, inspiring, and bringing together all people, creating opportunities for new relationships and new understandings.
Our work is grounded in a belief in the worth and dignity of every human being. We respect people, communities, and cultures. We value discovery, creativity, integrity, and diversity. We believe in the potential for history to enrich our lives and to create stronger relationships and more vibrant communities. We approach our work with integrity and transparency.
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