John W. Boyd, president of the National Black Farmers Association, urges Gov. Northam to stay in office Monday at a Capitol news conference. With him, from left, are Richmond City Treasurer Nichole Armstead, former Richmond City Councilman Henry W. “Chuck” Richardson, American Indian Farmers and National Women Farmers’ Association President Kara Boyd and the Rev. Rodney Hunter, president of the Richmond Chapter of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
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To condemn or to forgive? The Rev. Al Sharpton took center stage on the condemnation front Feb. 7 as he took part in a Virginia Union University program titled “Reflections on Faith, Community and Racial Reconciliation in the Commonwealth.”