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Black History Museum and Cultural Center of Virginia. 122 W. Leigh Street, Richmond, Va.23220 Phone:(804) 780-9093
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Delegate John Bell Apr 20
Honored to meet at the at the 4th Annual Barbara Johns event with
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Jennifer McClellan Apr 20
What an honor to moderate the annual Barbara Johns Panel at w/ , Barbara Johns' sister Joan Johns Cobbs, civil rights attorney James Ghee & author Ken Woodley. The work for a more just Virginia starts with honest conversations about our history.
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Qasim Rashid, Esq. Apr 20
Spent today at the Black History Museum of VA () w/AG He spoke on the need for us all to work to restore fairness, equity, & justice for all I mentioned to him how our campaign is about Super people—not Super PACs—& our fight to keep hope alive✊🏽
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Colleen Curran Apr 9
'People feel welcome here. They feel inspired, getting a side of the story they may not have heard before. Some items downstairs — like the KKK robe and the slave collar — people want to talk about. The museum is a safe place to do that.'
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Black History Museum Mar 13
Women's History Month: The Life and Times of Elizabeth Keckly Historian, Elvatrice Belsches, will screen a documentary and highlight the life and times of Elizabeth Keckly -- born a…
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VMFA Feb 28
We'd like to give a BIG thanks to all our special guests, artists, & visitors this month, especially local artist Hamilton Glass who painted the incredible RVA Community Makers mural celebrating eight local African American leaders which will soon move to .
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The Faison Center Feb 26
Our Employment Academy had the opportunity to tour the last week. The tour led to discussions on Emancipation, Reconstruction, Jim Crow, Brown v Board, Massive Resistance, and Civil Rights.
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Jepson School Feb 21
"These blackface images hurt so much because we weren’t seen as people, as people with feelings, families, a history,” said , visiting lecturer of , at a discussion at the Mon. night.
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Black History Museum Feb 19
Congrats to Armstrong high school!
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Black History Museum Feb 19
From Monday’s discussion
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Black History Museum Feb 18
Standing room only for Unmasking blackface
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Black History Museum Feb 16
Thanks to the Delta Henrico Alumna chapter! Congrats to Armstrong High School for winning the Black facts competition!
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Black History Museum Feb 16
High school teams from Richmond and Highland springs are neck in neck in the Henrico Delta's first black facts competition.
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Black History Museum Feb 15
Come out tomorrow to support our youth!
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Black History Museum Feb 14
The Art of Freedom exhibition at the Black History Museum is for all people, all ages!
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Yasmine Jumaa Feb 14
“I hope that people will walk away with a realization that freedom is not free.” For , I spoke with guest curator Alvin Lester, and some featured artists, about ’s exhibit—and what means to them. Plz listen and share
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Karla Redditte Feb 9
Meet the pint-sized press. These tiny journalists with tiny microphones, participated in a new program today at , where they learned about history and journalism. , , and I were honored to be their “interviewees”...
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Black History Museum Feb 9
Karla Redditte reading all about Oliver Hill this morning! @ Black History Museum & Cultural Center
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Rep. Abigail Spanberger Feb 9
Central VA is home to many organizations, institutions, & events that celebrate Black history in the past & Black excellence in the present. Here are a few to visit this month:
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RVADirt Feb 1
Since the news of Lillie A. Estes’s passing, social media has been flooded with stories about her work and how she impacted people’s lives. To honor Lillie’s work, we are assembling an audio tribute of community voices sharing their memories, experiences, and stories.
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