Entrepreneur Carl E. Brown, owner of CE Brown and Associates, LLC, joined me on The I Love CVille Show to spotlight life in Charlottesville and the evolution of Charlottesville in his lifetime. This is part two of our interview with Carl.
Carl and I covered quite a bit on today’s show, including Joe Biden’s presidential campaign announcement video, how Belmont, Preston Heights, 10th & Page, Friendship Court, Westhaven, Fifeville and North Downtown have evolved as neighborhoods in Carl’s lifetime, how gentrification is impacting the African American community in Charlottesville City limits, the future for people in CVille who make middle and lower class income wages, the definition of “The Projects” and how it applies to Westhaven and Friendship Court, what the University of Virginia‘s role is with the community, especially as it migrates into historically African American neighborhoods and so much more.
This interview yielded a ton of insight and was a great follow-up to Part 1 last week. We had a great show!
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