That world is gone race and displacement in a southern town /

"Revealing the nearly-forgotten history of Charlottesville's largest African American neighborhood, Vinegar Hill, this documentary explores black property ownership and the area's federally-funded destruction in 1965. Surviving residents describe the neighborhood they knew and loved,...

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Corporate Authors: University of Virginia. Virginia Center for Digital History., University of Virginia. Library. Special Collections Department., Albemarle Charlottesville Historical Society (Charlottesville, Va.), Charlottesville Area Community Foundation., Carter G. Woodson Institute for Afro-American and African Studies., Virginia Film Festival.
Other Authors: Ayers, Hannah Brown, (director, editor.), Warren, Lance, director, editor., French, Scot, producer, researcher, interviewee., Carter, Ann Wicks, interviewee., Harris, Kathy Johnson, interviewee., Cook, Eli, (Musician), Harris, Corey, (Musician), Moore, Nathan, (Musician), Wilson, Wilford (88 keys), (Musician)
Format: Conference Proceeding Video DVD
Published: [Charlottesville, Virginia] : [publisher not identified], 2010.
Edition:Full screen.
Online Access:Connect to website
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