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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

Sunday Story

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

The Cauldron of Jackson Ward Series (Part 1 of 3): From his father’s storefront, civil rights activist James E. Jackson Jr. saw the plight of exploited black workers and his community’s stand against racism — both touchstones for his life’s work. more

Features

The Ward's revival: One of Richmond’s oldest neighborhoods is once again getting the respect it deserves more

NEWS & FEATURES

Who (or what) Richmond magazine readers want added to Richmond’s most recognizable street more

NEWS & FEATURES 2 Comments

A suggestion from Mayor Jones piqued our interest in which historical figures - and which of our current history-makers - Richmonders would honor with a Monument Avenue statue. more

News

Who deserves a spot on Richmond's famed Monument Avenue? Here are the figures you told us you'd like to see there. more

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