Stories tagged: "Civics"

[Photo credit: Michael Cheuk] DeTeasa Gethers, docent with Beloved Community C-ville, points out names inscribed in the walls of the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville.
Virginia’s Black History: A Virtual Experience 

A local organization seeks to tell the Black history of Charlottesville—one community member at a time.

Garland Reverses Trump Administration Order, Sending Grants to Virginia

RICHMOND-Just over $10 million in law enforcement grants will be coming to Virginia this month, just a couple years late.

Some Abuse Survivors Have to Pay Their Abuser’s Student Debt.

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Domestic abuse survivors in Virginia sometimes end up paying for their abuser's student loans, thanks to a nearly 30-year-old law.

Herring Files Appeal Over Equal Rights Amendment Ruling

RICHMOND-Federal courts need to take another look at the Equal Rights Amendment. That’s Mark Herring’s request.