Virginia Indian Program

The Virginia Indian Heritage Program at VFH is helping to redress centuries of historical omission, exclusion, and misrepresentation. It creates opportunities for Virginians of all ages, as well as visitors to the state, to learn about the history and cultures of Virginia Indian people and communities, past and present.

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Celebrating Corn

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, we share this poem by VFH's Karenne Wood.
VFH Board member Wayne Adkins.

Meet VFH Board Member Wayne Adkins

VFH Board member Wayne Adkins is a retired engineer and a member of the Chickahominy Indian Tribe who thinks engineering, science, and the humanities compliment each other.

Brulé Workshop Stage

Brulé will conduct a Workshop Stage talk and performance at Tandem Friends School.

Brulé Concert

Brulé thrills audiences with a fusion of cultural rock, traditional sound, and theatrical dance.