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We were surprised by Richmond Commonwealth’s Attorney Colette W. McEachin asking the Richmond Circuit Court to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate whether Mayor Levar M. Stoney violated any laws in handling the removal of the city- owned Confederate statues.
This week, we honor the children, families, teachers, counselors, administrators, bus drivers, food preparers and distributors and so many others who are giving their all to make the new school year successful.
Honoring all workers...
We are disgusted by the rhetoric, lies and blatant disregard for the American people occurring during this week’s “Trump Show” that replaced what should have been a Republican National Convention.
You can’t outrun the coronavirus.
“The right of citizens of the United States to vote shall not be denied or abridged by the United States or by any State on account of sex. Congress shall have power to enforce this article by appropriate legislation.” — ...
Kamala! That one name texted and sent out via social media on Tuesday said it all.
We are perturbed by the most recent spate of destruction in our city.
Confederates don’t go easy.
Never underestimate the power of students.
Judge Bradley B. Cavedo did the right thing by removing himself from further involvement with cases concerning the Confederate statues along Monument Avenue and in Richmond.
Congressman John Lewis was an inspiration.
Events and new information arising during the past few days give us grave concerns about the continued involvement of Richmond Circuit Court Judge Bradley B. Cavedo in the legal cases regarding the Confederate statues on Monument Avenue.
Four of the five statues of Confederates are now gone from Monument Avenue.