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Significant events that happened (or will happen) on May 20.
- 1934 – University of Virginia refuses to allow speech by Richard Moore because he was Black, and not because he was a communist. Moore had been invited so speak by members of the Free Discussion Group on the topic "The Right of Self Determination." 
- 2013 – Charlottesville City Council approves human rights ordinance 
- 1910 – Ellen Nash, one of the first women to practice law in Charlottesville and a member of the Albemarle County Board of Supervisors from 1980 to 1984 
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- ↑ Web. College Refuses Colored Speaker, Staff reports, Daily Progress Digitized Microfilm, Lindsay family, May 18, 1936, retrieved May 18, 2022. Print. May 18, 1936 page 10.
- ↑ Web. Human Rights Ordinance Recommended Amendments, Staff Report, City of Charlottesville, retrieved January 18, 2021.
- ↑ Web. The Papers of Ellen V. Nash » Photograph Collection, University School of Law, retrieved April 7, 2022.