social justice

Raised in a culture of racism, Ed Peeples chose a different path. Read more

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Raymond H. Boone’s legacy as a hard-nosed newsman and founding publisher of the 26-year-old paper is commemorated with a new street sign downtown. Read more


Take time to talk with children about racism and social injustice. Read more


Books can help get the conversation started when talking with your children about racism and social injustice. Read more


Richmond magazine staffers took a hard-hat tour of the in-progress Institute for Contemporary Art at VCU; here are our early thoughts. Read more

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

Sunday Story 1 Comments

The Ghostlight Project, a national movement shining a spotlight on equality issues, manifests locally at several Richmond theaters on Thursday. Read more

Stage & Screen

In corner stores and corner lots, high-end restaurants and hospital cafeterias, the urban garden feeds a movement. Read more

Sunday Story

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. Read more


Twenty-one years after the discovery of an old medical school well filled with the bones of men, women and children — most of them African-American — a descendant community grapples with how to right a wrong. Read more

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Virginia Union University will kick off its 150th anniversary celebration on Monday, Sept. 8, with an address from foreign policy and social justice advocate Randall Robinson. Read more


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