Civil rights leader Ruby Sales visited Charlottesville on November 29th to participate in a public conversation on social justice and spirituality hosted by Virginia Foundation for the Humanities.
Sales conducted a master class for UVA students with Wes Gobar, president of the UVA Black Student Union, and had a public conversation with University of Virginia religious studies professor Charles Marsh in front of a packed house at the Jefferson School African American Heritage Center.
Master class with UVA students at the UVA Harrison Institute Special Collections Library
These free, community events were made possible by funding from the Office of the Executive Vice President & Provost at the University of Virginia.
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