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Danville 1963: Legacy of a Movement

Join us for a screening of The Movement, a 75-minute documentary that tells the story of Bloody Monday through first-hand accounts.

June 6, 2024 | 5:30PM – 8:30PM | Richmond
Poet Laureates selected by Virginia Community Colleges will perform their original poetry tied to the theme, "I Belong."Event

Virginia Community Colleges’ Poet Laureate Event

An esteemed panel of judges will evaluate their poetry, poise, and performance in order to select the statewide Poet Laureate of Virginia’s Community Colleges.

April 6, 2024 | 1PM – 3PM | Charlottesville
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K-12 Educator Applications Now Open!

Applications are now live as we search for seven educators to join a new K-12 Fellowship scheduled to begin in April 2024! All educators committed to teaching the humanities, including …

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Enshrining Blackness: Afro-Latinidad & the K-12 Curriculum

Can K-12 classrooms be used to expand understandings of the African Diaspora and to combat anti-Blackness through lesson plans and curricula that center AfroLatines?

October 3, 2023 | 6:30PM – 8PM | Online
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Register for the 14th Annual Brown Teacher Institute at the Library of Virginia

The 14th Annual Brown Teacher Institute will focus on research and projects on local stories and histories that have typically been hidden or neglected from mainstream narratives.

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A Silent and Dignified Army

In this discussion, Dr. Derrick Lanois—one of our 2022–23 HBCU Scholars Fellows—will shed light on the men and women who changed the U.S.

June 24, 2023 | 6PM – 8PM | Richmond
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Now Searching for New K-12 Educator Fellows!

Applications are now live as we search for six educators to join a new K-12 Fellowship scheduled to begin in April 2023! All educators committed to teaching the humanities, including …

The post Now Searching for New K-12 Educator Fellows! appeared first on Virginia Humanities Education.

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Congratulations to Your Humble Petitioner Contest Winners!

Congratulations and shout out to student winners Samuel Olagunju of Ni River Middle School and Vince Edwards of Independence Middle School for their essays entered in the Encyclopedia Virginia and …

The post Congratulations to Your Humble Petitioner Contest Winners! appeared first on Virginia Humanities Education.

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