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Exploring Coastal Virginia’s Racial Legacy of Place and Displacement

This event is part of an open play-making process, which shows how the arts can be particularly effective in reflecting on the history of social challenges and exploring their connections …

September 27, 2021 | 7PM – 8:30PM | Virginia Beach
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Stamped from the Beginning

This fall, Virginia Beach Public Libraries is offering a series of programs that explore the legacy of racial injustice in the Hampton Roads and Virginia Beach areas. The series entitled Stamped …

October 6–25, 2021 | Virginia Beach, VA
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Undefeated StoryWalk

This fall, Virginia Beach Public Libraries is offering a series of programs that explore the legacy of racial injustice in the Hampton Roads and Virginia Beach areas. The series entitled Stamped …

September 7–30, 2021 | Virginia Beach, VA
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Racism and Housing Practices Virtual Panel Discussion

Communities in Power is hosting virtual panel discussion entitled Racism and Housing Practices. A nonprofit organization based in Hampton Roads, Communities in Power is dedicated to exposing the legacy of …

September 21, 2021 | 6PM | Virtual
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Historical Fiction: Rachel Beanland, Brian Castleberry & Lauren Francis-Sharma

Novelists Rachel Beanland (Florence Adler Swims Forever), Brian Castleberry (Nine Shiny Objects), and Lauren Francis-Sharma (Book of the Little Axe) discuss their sweeping works of historical fiction, ranging from 18th-century Trinidad to 20th-century America, and grappling with colonialism, family secrets, racism, and questions of belief.

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March 18, 2021 | 12PM – 1PM | VIRTUAL
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