Michael Cheuk is one of the founding members and leaders of the Charlottesville Clergy Collective, a group of interfaith religious leaders and interested lay people who gather regularly to discuss and address the challenge of racial and social injustice in the Charlottesville and Albemarle region of Virginia. He is also the assistant director of Beloved Community Cville, a grassroots organization that is creating a virtual tour of Charlottesville that tells a more complete racial history of Charlottesville with the goal of addressing inequity and creating beloved community. Having pastored in churches for over twenty years, Michael now applies his skills in justice work, community organizing, leadership coaching, and consulting with individuals, congregations, and organizations.


Standing Up to Hate: August 2017

March 21, 2024 11AM – 12:30PM

Firsthand accounts of members of the Charlottesville Clergy Collective recalling their experiences in resisting white supremacist violence in Standing Up to Hate: The Charlottesville Clergy Collective and the Lessons from August 12, 2017.

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With generous support from Michelle and David Baldacci

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