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A community roundtable explores MLK's legacy, a wine and food spectacular takes over Main Street Station, Comicon descends on Richmond Raceway and more for the week ahead. more

"In Plain Sight" is a March 21 dinner and discussion about the forced labor of women in the service industry. more

Food News & Trends

An excerpt from Margaret Edds’ new nonfiction book, the story of a fledgling black attorney at the jumping-off point of a legendary civil rights career alongside other titans of the movement more

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University of Richmond history professor Julian Hayter's new book, "The Dream is Lost: Voting Rights and the Politics of Race in Richmond, Virginia" tells a story that is both triumphant and achingly dispiriting. more

Sunday Story

For our statues to have meaning, we must teach about the figures they represent. more

NEWS & FEATURES

City, county and community meetings are a serious sport for this band of die-hard watchdogs, advocates and volunteers-turned-elected officials. more

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From the halls of John B. Cary to the White House and beyond, Melody Barnes returns home to a city on the rise — and sees opportunity for all. more

Sunday Story

The director of a new statewide program based in Richmond seeks to empower our community’s most vulnerable. more

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April 11, VCU's Department of African-American Studies will host three former Black Panthers at a forum about the Black Panther Party's 50-year legacy more

NEWS & FEATURES

Shaped by the Syracuse Eight football boycott, Clarence McGill always plays the game his way. more

Features

A monument in the works for Brown’s Island celebrates emancipation and honors the struggle for equality. more

NEWS & FEATURES

A Henrico teen takes the lead, empowers her diverse peers and shows the city a way forward. more

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When Ruth Tinsley resisted a police officer’s order in 1960, a young journalist captured a moment in Richmond civil rights history. more

Features

Some of Richmond's most brilliant minds converged at the second portion of the Unmasking series and examined how race filters into many aspects of the city's past and present. more

NEWS & FEATURES

Signs of progress since last year’s settlements are hard to find at the Richmond trailer park. more

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In her near-century of life, Jackson has been a writer, editor, activist and tireless freedom fighter. more

Features

The Kaine-Pence debate draws varied reactions as the university community savors its moment in the national spotlight. more

News

During LGBT History Month, Richmond advocates celebrate gains. more

History

In Richmond a half century ago, being gay or lesbian meant hiding in plain sight. more

History

The city says their homes are unsafe; they say the city just wants them out. more

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