With poets Ryan Kent, Devine Oke, and more! Doors at 7pm; show at 8pm.
The Library of Virginia’s Indigenous Perspectives exhibit highlights the commonwealth’s Indigenous history and how the tribes remain a vital part of Virginia’s culture today.
The UVA Center for Health Humanities and Ethics, UVA Health’s Office for Diversity and Community Engagement, and Virginia Humanities are thrilled to announce the launch of the Health Equity and Justice Fellowship program.
Some of America’s first maestros of European art music were enslaved and free Virginians of African descent.
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Virginia Humanities acknowledges the Monacan Nation, the original people of the land and waters of our home in Charlottesville, Virginia.
We invite you to learn more about Indians in Virginia in our Encyclopedia Virginia.