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Civil War history told for the Mount Vernon Regional Historical Society.
Contrabands and Freedmen Cemetery is the first Virginia site added to African American Civil Rights Network
They were fleeing the bondage of slavery.
State Senate approves civil penalty indoors, City Council ditches fines outdoors.
Not wearing a mask indoors might get you a $500 fine from the Commonwealth of Virginia, although failing to wear on the sidewalk outside will get you just a side-eye from the City of Alexandria.
Local historian is turning his collection and homegrown war lore into a book.
Civil War relics on display at winery.
Fort Ward highlights women’s role in the Civil War.
On the east side of Capitol Square near the Executive Mansion in Richmond is the Virginia Civil Rights Memorial featuring 16-year-old Barbara Johns who led the student walkout that resulted in a civil rights case before the Supreme Court as part of Brown v. Board of Education that found racially-segregated schools to be unconstitutional.
The Union Army and the 1st Year of the Civil War in Montgomery and Frederick Counties
Fort Ward reenacts Civil War Christmas.
Fort Ward Christmas
Remembrance ceremony at Ox Hill Battlefield Park.
The body of John Lewis will be laid to rest this week, but the legacy of his leadership in the Civil Rights Movement will live on.
59 racial justice priorities for the 2021 Legislative Session
As we know, Covid-19 did not create the systematic failings and inequities of our civil justice system and social safety net.
A walk in the woods.
I'm a history buff and have read many books about the Civil War in order to understand events surrounding that tragedy.