Mon. May 20 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm Barrier Islands Center, Machipongo, VA The Barrier Islands Center pays tribute to Frances Latimer, an Eastern Shore historian and writer. The reception celebrates her life and last work, Life for Me Ain’t Been No Crystal Stair. On Monday, May 20th, VFH will join with the communities on […]
The Remembering Slavery, Resistance, and Freedom Project will be hosting a lecture and discussion on the burial places of enslaved people and their descendants on April 27 at the College of William & Mary.
Civil rights activist Bob Moses famously helped organize a voter registration drive in Mississippi, but he also believed that math literacy was necessary for full citizenship in society. Tune in to to this week’s episode of With Good Reason for more.
This two-day conference will hold its first session at VFH on April 1, before moving to UVA on April 2. Stéphanie Bérard, organizer of the conference, is involved with VFH through the South Atlantic Humanities Fellowship Program.