You are cordially invited to attend the “L. Douglas Wilder: Continuing 30 Years of History, Then & Now.” Join us as we celebrate the 30th anniversary of the inauguration of L. Douglas Wilder, as 66th Governor of the Commonwealth of Virginia and the nation’s first elected African-American governor. His continuing legacy will be acknowledged with a daylong virtual leadership symposium. During the live webcast, Governor Wilder will deliver a keynote address and senior elected officials, political experts, and students will offer their insights and take audience questions. Continue reading L. Douglas Wilder: Countinuing 30 Years of history, Then & Now→
RICHMOND — The final report of the Commission on African American History Education in the Commonwealth was presented to Governor Ralph Northam, the Virginia Board of Education, and other key advocates for diversity and inclusion in Virginia classrooms on August 31, 2020. The report includes the Commission’s findings and recommendations on how to improve Virginia’s history and social science standards of learning and ensure that all teachers have the professional development supports needed for culturally competent instruction. Continue reading Commission on African American History Education in the Commonwealth presents recommendations to Governor Northam→
The Masonic Riders Motorcycle Club (MRMC) mother chapter of Woodbridge, VA and Roanoke Chapter presented a laptop computer (charity gift) to Keannu Arrington, a former Past Master Knight from The Order of the Knights of Pythagoras (KOP) to assist in staring his freshman year in college.