The Right To Love
Congratulations to all involved in the creation, production, and broadcast of “The Loving Story,” which has received three Emmy Nominations for Outstanding Documentary, Outstanding Historical Programming, and Outstanding Editing.
Maggie Ingram and the Ingramettes nominated for IMA Gospel Album of the Year!
Evangelist Maggie Ingram and the Ingramettes join more than 300 exceptional artists as Nominees in The 12th Independent Music Awards, the influential awards program for independent bands and fans.
Buzzard Pete at the University of Virginia, 1905 (Detroit Publishing Company/Library of Congress)
Who Was Buzzard Pete?
Brendan Wolfe uncovers the history behind a circa 1905 photo of an African American at UVA known only as “Buzzard Pete” for the EV Blog.
Jefferson’s Daughters and Revolutionary Thought
What did the American Revolution mean for people who were not elite white males? VFH Fellow Catherine Kerrison explores this question through the three daughters of Thomas Jefferson.
The Secret Lives of Porgy and Bess
The gift of a first edition of the novel Porgy led to VFH Fellow Kendra Hamilton’s discovery that the fictional hero was, in fact, a real person and that her grandmother knew him. Hamilton hopes to reveal this man’s story and its implications for our time.
Monticello and Garden by Jane Pitford Braddick Peticolas, 1825 (Thomas Jefferson Foundation)
Life and Labor at Monticello
EV editor and blogger Brendan Wolfe shares his insights about a piece in American History magazine where Henry Wiencek turns the idea that Jefferson would have freed his slaves if he could afford it on it’s head.
With Good Reason Wins National Gabriel Award
Charlottesville, VA—The public radio program With Good Reason, produced in Charlottesville, has just been honored with a national Gabriel Award. “The Legacy of Massive Resistance,” won 1st place in the Documentary, local release category. Listen Now The Legacy of Massive Resistance In “The Legacy of Massive Resistance,” With Good Reason brings us the story of […]