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Leaders attest to City’s racial past

Three prominent personalities recount stories of the area’s Black community
From left: Moderator John Eure, Rev. K.B. Wright, C.A. Whitworth, Rev. E.T. Burton, and Moderator Quentina Enoch.

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Annual Advancing Diversity Workshop engages over 300 attendees on inclusive excellence

Menah Pratt-Clarke, vice president of strategic affairs and diversity; Cyril Clarke, executive vice president and provost; and Jean Zu, dean of the Charles V. Schaefer, Jr. School of Engineering & Science at the Stevens Institute of Technology, at the annual Advancing Diversity Workshop on January 15.

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source site The event opened with a warm welcome of gratitude and appreciation from Executive Vice President and Provost Cyril Clarke. He acknowledged Menah Pratt-Clarke, vice president of strategic affairs and diversity; her team; and the overall university’s commitment to promoting sustainable transformation at Virginia Tech around inclusion and diversity. Continue reading Annual Advancing Diversity Workshop engages over 300 attendees on inclusive excellence

Dancers and speakers bring attention to Violence Against Women

Participants and attendees at Valley View Mall in Roanoke.

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see url Women gathered inside Valley View Mall to bring attention to the resources to help prevent violence against women and to help those experiencing violence. This is the 6th year there has been a One Billion Rising event in Roanoke!

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Emancipation through Appreciation . . .

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Sweet Soul Music

Every few years I get to play the role of an artist. The enabler this time is the Virginia Tech School of Visual Arts (SOVA). Their Armory Gallery opened an exhibition of my photographs on January 22, which will run through February 15. The show—labeled Sweet Soul Music—consists of pictures I took between 1971 and 1974 of jazz, blues, gospel, and soul artists in performance in Boston and New York City. Continue reading Sweet Soul Music