Stories tagged: "Equality"

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The Ward Maids Walkout: An Uncovered Story Of Virginia History

Del. Sally Hudson, one of the 36 female members in the Virginia House of Delegates, didn’t take the stand to announce new policy on March 3. Instead, she spoke to her colleagues about a group of women who paved the way for other ladies.

(AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)
Attorney General Jason Miyares Pulls Virginia From Effort to Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment

On Feb. 18, 2022, current Attorney General Jason Miyares made moves to withdraw the Commonwealth as a party in a lawsuit to get the Equal Rights Amendment adopted into the US Constitution.

Ettinger: There’s No One ‘Right’ Way To Be Trans

BLACKSBURG-As the Blacksburg murder case goes to trial, Eve looks at the questions raised about the victim and if they were trans.

Contributed photo - The Stratford Commemorative Trail in Arlington traces the steps of four brave seventh graders as they desegregated Arlington Public Schools in 1959.
The Stratford Commemorative Trail Tells Arlington’s Desegregation Story

ARLINGTON-In 1959, four Black students desegregated Arlington Public Schools. Now the Stratford Commemorative Trail stands in tribute.

Ettinger: What Is It About Equality That Scares So Many People?

The true nature of conservative misogyny as part and parcel with conservative transphobia is on clear display, Ettinger says.

Arley Arrington's cakes are unique, as each promotes social justice.
This Richmond Baker Uses Her Cakes to Promote Change.

RICHMOND-Arley Arrington's sweets are a bit unique. They come with a socially conscious message.