The low-rise parking structure as seen on March 16.
How the 'Pride Overcomes Prejudice' exhibit may eventually look inside a restored classroom.
Jefferson School African American Heritage Center
The crews renovating the Jefferson School into a mixed-use civic complex recently poured the footings for the site's low-rise parking deck. It's all part of the effort to get the $17.3 million complex, which will include a museum, finished by this fall. The permanent exhibition inside the museum celebrating Charlottesville's African American history will be called "Pride Overcomes Prejudice."