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

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.


Preserving Family and Community History through Oral Tradition with Dr. Natalie Robertson

Learn the guidelines for planning, conducting and recording oral history projects to preserve your family and community history.

May 1, 2021 | 1PM – 2:30PM | Newport News, Virginia


A call went out from the Virginia Center for the Book in April of 2020, during the early horrors of COVID-19 and before a new tide of protest against racial …

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Native Voices Professional Development Series

Please join us as we enhance content knowledge with lived experiences shared by three Virginia Tribal Leaders (Chief Stephen R. Adkins, Chickahominy Indian Tribe; Chief Kenneth Branham, Monacan Indian Nation; …

March 31 – May 26, 2021 | Online

This Is Us: Preserving Our Church Histories

On April 17 and April 24, join Virginia Humanities grantee Literacy InterActives, Inc. for two webinars on the historic preservation of churches and church culture in Virginia.

April 17, 2021 | 11AM – 1PM