A production of “Malcolm, Martin, Medgar” will be staged at Virginia Union University’s Coburn Hall at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 31, in recognition of the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The Armstrong High School Alumni Coalition will open a time capsule that was found during the demolition of the former school building on 31st Street in the East End.
Cancer does not discriminate. Age, race, ethnicity and economic background don’t matter, Frances K. Scott has learned.
The box office hit “Black Panther” is now the top grossing superhero film of all time in the United States. The wildly popular Disney and Marvel release achieved the milestone on Saturday after surpassing fellow Marvel title “The Avengers.”
Four area high school seniors were honored by the Virginia Area Chapter of Pi Lambda Theta at its annual scholarship program on Sunday.
Mandy Carter, co-founder of the National Black Justice Coalition and of Southerners on New Ground, is speaking 7 p.m. Friday, March 23, at Diversity Richmond Event Hall, 1407 Sherwood Ave. The theme: “What do we do now?”
Two educators and a historian from the Richmond area will speak at a panel titled “Honoring Women Who Tell Our Stories.”
National Geographic acknowledged last week that it covered the world through a racist lens for generations, with its magazine portrayals of bare-breasted women and naive brown-skinned tribesmen as savage, unsophisticated and unintelligent.
Alex Mejias, president of the Business Coalition for Justice, believes Richmond and the nation face new challenges requiring new ideas, new coalitions and new leadership.
In celebration of Women’s History Month, historian Elvatrice Belsches will present a talk about the four trailblazing African-American women who will be featured on the Virginia Women’s Monument in Capitol Square. “Monuments of Virtue, Pillars of Grace: A Celebration of ...
The Southern Women’s Show returns to Richmond this weekend with fashion shows, cooking demonstrations, celebrity appearances and booths and exhibitors offering information, products and services, including boutiques with the latest styles, trendy jewelry, home décor, gourmet treats, health and fitness ...
Emmy Award-winning director and producer Jesse Vaughan, a Richmond native and creative director of Advance Creative Service Group at Virginia State University, is among seven people who will be inducted into the Virginia Communications Hall of Fame.
For nearly a decade, Cedric and Melinda Moore have been providing services to children and adults diagnosed with autism.
After years of planning and several months of construction, a monument honoring the lives, legacy and achievements of Native American tribes in Virginia has been completed and now stands on the grounds of the state Capitol.
Artist John D. Freyer, an assistant professor at Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of the Arts, has a unique specialty.