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“Walking the Vision” award

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“IndiVisible” celebrates Harrison Museum 30th Anniversary

New exhibit explores African-Native American identity

TOUR: Harrison Museum executive director Charles Price (left) speaks with Naasira and Kevin “Brother” Love during a tour of the museum’s new exhibit “IndiVisible.” (photos by S. Hale)
TOUR: Harrison Museum executive director Charles Price (left) speaks with Naasira and Kevin “Brother” Love during a tour of the museum’s new exhibit “IndiVisible.” (photos by S. Hale)

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Rally pledges to put “inner-city” residents back to work

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First students enter new VaTech Carilion School of Medicine diversity program

STUDENTS: Kenya Swilling, at left, and Kaia Amoah learn to operate the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine’s virtual anatomy table.
STUDENTS: Kenya Swilling, at left, and Kaia Amoah learn to operate the Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine’s virtual anatomy table.

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Roanoke native continues trend of empowering youth

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CARROLLWOOD, FL — Ross Anderson sees a real difference in the inner-city youths who return from a Camp Virginia Jaycee trip guided by former schoolteacher William B. Robertson.

“They’re all changed young men in the sense that they’re more appreciative just across the board,’’ said Anderson, a county resource teacher who founded Men of Vision, an effort to direct African-American boys away from the streets and into productive lives. Continue reading Roanoke native continues trend of empowering youth