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Madeline Sterling, MD Aug 31
Outstanding sportsmanship from and at the end of the match! May we all be so humble and gracious in our professional lives.
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Shailendra Singh Aug 19
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The Headteacher's Handbook #HandbookHT Apr 7
This is one of my favourite motivational quotes ever. One that I use regularly as it is just so perfect! πŸ€—
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Gerd Kopp Mar 31
Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can.
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The King Center Jul 10
This sports and civil rights trailblazer would have turned 76 today.
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Virginia Museum of History & Culture Jun 22
TODAY IS THE DAY! Boulevard Dedication is at 11:00 am. Join us on the front lawn of to hear and others! Park at the Arthur Ashe Center for the free shuttle. Stay for the State of Black America Town Hall with at 2:00pm.
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Kevin Rothman Sep 2
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Jane Brown Apr 17
Late great tennis champion to be honoured with a boulevard in his hometown of Richmond, Virginia where he once faced discrimination.
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justin g. reid Jun 19
y’all. THERE IS A GIANT PICTURE OF outside on the NEW BLVD.
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Justin Fairfax Jun 23
Thank you to a living legend, , who we were honored to hear yesterday at the Boulevard dedication.
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American Evolution Jun 22
β€œRichmond - this is truly a spectacular and momentous day. One we should never forget. Our efforts together are epic.” - Nephew of
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KCTL Jan 20
Did you know that Martin Luther King, Jr. admired the work of an International Tennis Hall of Famer?
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Copped On Digital Media Feb 4
Start where you are. Use what you have. Do what you can. Great advice from So come on - let's go have our best week yet! We've got this!
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UCLA Library Jul 10
Today would have been 's 76th birthday. An champion with and winner of three titles, this is equally revered as a humanitarian and civil rights activist.
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Tamsen Fadal PIX11 Oct 3
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City of Richmond, VA Jun 22
β€œOur city is transforming. It is changing its future and triumphing over its past."
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justin g. reid Mar 22
Live stream today’s conversation with Blight and biographer Raymond Arsenault at 4pm on
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Sam David Management | Black World Studios Jul 5
1/2 ~ On this day in 1975, tennis player Arthur Ashe became the first African-American man to win a Wimbledon singles title.
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Today In History Feb 6
Today in 1993: U.S. great Arthur dies of at the age of 49 in New York City. He was the first black man to win a Grand Slam when he won the U.S. Open as an in 1968.
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TENNIS Feb 20
"He was much larger than the game he played for a living... His intellectual firepower was astonishing." Steve Flink remembers as both a champion and an intellectual:
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