National Trust for Historic Preservation supports Montpelier Descendants Committee's vision of national trail devoted to untold history of nation's founding era
First known as Mount Zion Colored Church, initial congregation included former enslaved people and their children.
Seven years ago, local advocates and school officials completed the first phase of an effort to honor the legacy of the Orange Graded School and those who supported its construction.
"Sonya Clark: Tatter, Bristle, and Mend" at the National Museum of Women in the Arts features 100 works by the noted assemblage artist.
University of Richmond trustees met with student representatives on Friday to discuss two building names that have ties to slavery and segregation.
Students and faculty have called for the University of Richmond to remove the names of Robert Ryland and Douglas Freeman from its buildings. A student government association has suspended its operations.
The designation comes at the request of petitioner Charles "Alex-Zan" Alexander and about 200 area residents.
This Sunday, a heart-rending story from King George County, Va., and Washington, D.C., should find a wider audience.
Sheila Jackson cherishes the old saying, “Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.”
A blustery breeze made it feel even colder than Saturday’s frigid 25 degrees but, nonetheless, about 15 people gathered for a tour of Culpeper…
It is time for Culpeper to look at its history with an open view.