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Juneteenth Family History Fair

Can family and community history really help heal a nation? Virginia Humanities grantee Richmond Hill thinks so. Learning about how the past impacts the present brings us closer to understanding …

June 18–20, 2021 | Richmond, VA
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The Banyan Tree of the Americas: Music Evolution in the African Diaspora

Semilla Cultural is proud to announce their upcoming project “The Banyan Tree of the Americas: Music Evolution in the African Diaspora”: Take a journey through the resilient and entangled roots …

August 28 – October 2, 2021 | Fredericksburg, Virginia
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Partners in Philanthropy

Join us for a series of webinars intended to expose and educate the public to the significance of partnerships between the Rosenwald and Jeanes Funds, Dr. Booker T. Washington and …

June 17 – December 16, 2021 | 6:30PM – 6:30PM
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The Virginia Lewis & Clark Trail: Why, How, Where?

On Wednesday, August 11 at 7pm, Peggy Cross, President of the Virginia Lewis & Clark Legacy Trail, will speak on Botetourt County’s connection to the Lewis & Clark exploration of …

August 11, 2021 | 7PM | O. Winston Link & History Museum of Western Virginia
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Botetourt County: 250+1 Years of Delight

A series of four lectures on various aspects of Botetourt County’s early history will be presented at the Historical Society of Western Virginia and O. Winston Link Museum in connection …

June 30 – September 16, 2021 | O. Winston Link & History Museum of Western Virginia
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Until Freedom Comes

Newport News Public Library is celebrating Juneteenth with the unveiling of a special exhibit and program.

June 19, 2021 | 11AM – 2PM | 110 Main Street Newport News, VA 23601
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Pressing Pause: A Community Book Project During COVID-19

A Q&A with Virginia Humanities Grantee Studio Pause, an art and bookmaking studio located in the Gates of Ballston affordable housing community in Arlington.

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Rock Castle Home – Blue Ridge Premiere

On May 20 and May 29, the 2021 festival-winning film Rock Castle Home, created by filmmaker Charlie D. Thompson, is hosting two premiere screening events, both open to the public with …

May 20–29, 2021 | 6:30PM – 7PM
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Furious Flower: Legacy Seminar for Educators

The biennial seminar celebrates living Black writers whose careers have been marked by creative distinction and critical acclaim. Intended to engage scholars, poets, and college/high school educators, but open to the …

June 21–25, 2021 | Online
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