“Celebrating the past, embracing the future.” That’s the theme for Las Amigas Inc.’s annual convention in Richmond.
Virginia’s Native Americans are moving closer to gaining their own monument in Capitol Square.
The passionate discussion of Phyllis Jackson’s students can be heard long before reaching her classroom at Richmond’s Franklin Military Academy.
As director of the U.S. Domestic Policy Council from 2009 through 2012, Melody C. Barnes worked with members of President Obama’s cabinet to coordinate the former president’s domestic policy agenda across federal agencies.
Students, scholars and others who want to know more about the African-American experience in Virginia soon may be able to take virtual reality tours of various sites in the state.
A state historical marker in Downtown now commemorates the landmark Loving v. Virginia case, which resulted in laws banning interracial marriage being overturned in Virginia and 16 other states. Gov. Terry McAuliffe and his wife, First Lady Dorothy McAuliffe, were ...
Richmond is becoming common ground for liberals and conservatives. This weekend, hundreds of anti-war activists are expected to flood into Downtown to push their agenda of bringing the troops home and silencing war drums in the administration.
Cultural historian and Egyptologist Anthony T. Browder will kick off Richmond’s three-day, “Juneteenth 2017, A Freedom Celebration” this weekend by leading a symposium on the historical and genetic connections between people who live along the Nile River in Africa and ...
Three graduating seniors in Richmond are recipients of the first scholarships named in honor of the late Alicia Rasin, the city’s longtime “ambassador of compassion” who assisted families of homicide victims.
Following the Civil War, Henry Jackson did not hold out any hope that the U.S. government would honor its promise of 40 acres and a mule to former enslaved African-Americans.
More than 600 people gather in Capitol Square last Saturday to call for an impartial investigation into Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election and Russia’s ties to President Trump, his 2016 campaign and his administration and
Andrea Constand told a packed Pennsylvania courtroom on Tuesday that she could feel Bill Cosby’s hands on her body, but the drugs in her system would not let her stop him.
Salons and barbershops have been central communication hubs in African-American communities for as long as they have existed.
Pat Metheny. Common. Peabo Bryson. Erykah Badu. Joey Alexander. Dave Koz with Larry Graham. The Isley Brothers. David Benoit. TajMo: The Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ Band.
The Black History Museum & Cultural Center of Virginia is hosting a special closing program for its exhibition, “Murry DePillars: Double Vision.”