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Lumpkin's Jail

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Consultants and community participants gathered in Manchester on Saturday to focus on how to tell the story of the Lumpkin’s Slave Jail/Devil’s Half Acre site in Shockoe Bottom. more

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To bridge our divides, we must fully lay bare Shockoe Bottom's painful past. more

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Speakers at the "Lumpkin's Jail Site Project" hearing called for a broader scope for memorializing Shockoe Bottom's slave trade history. more

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The city is moving forward with the commemoration of the Lumpkin’s Jail site, Mayor Dwight C. Jones told a crowd of several hundred onlookers gathered in Shockoe Bottom on Monday morning for a kickoff ceremony. more

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A community group continues to challenge city plans for the proper commemoration of Richmond's slave trade history. more

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Doug Wilder

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Amid rumors that he is mulling a mayoral run in 2016, former gov. and mayor L. Douglas Wilder penned a blistering, blustering guest column in Sunday’s Richmond Times-Dispatch. Here are our five takeaways. more

Politics

Richmonders want a physical site that recognizes the city’s long overlooked role in the domestic slave trade and its implications. But when and where will they finally receive it? more

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Organizers of the “Richmond Speaks” series published a 72-page “Key Findings” report, marking the end of a four-month-long public engagement period for the highly anticipated $13 million project at the Lumpkin’s Jail site. more

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January 2016 editor's letter by Susan J. Winiecki, Richmond magazine's associate publisher and editorial director more

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A new report compiles input from the "Richmond Speaks" community meeting series held in September and October on the future of the Lumpkin's Jail site in Shockoe Bottom. more

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Reconstruction in Richmond advanced political and educational changes for blacks through the 1890s, but many of those gains evaporated as the federal government looked the other way more

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Doug Wilder

courtesy of L. Douglas Wilder

Ahead of a VCU and VUU-hosted symposium on race, the former Governor weighs in on the Black Lives Matter movement, his plans for a national slavery museum, and the city's 2016 mayoral race. more

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The Jones administration will hold community meetings to gather ideas on how best to memorialize the Lumpkin’s Jail site in Shockoe Bottom. more

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