Tyrone E. Nelson (left) and Thomas M. Branin, members of the Henrico County Board of Supervisors, listened to a presentation at a meeting in J…
Michael Paul Williams
For TV viewers of often-stormy Richmond City Council meetings, Edna Keys-Chavis was a picture of dignified professionalism as city clerk.
“How can anybody be so callous and inconsiderate to these children?” asked Hanover Supervisor Canova Peterson.
While Richmond has grabbed headlines by toppling Confederate monuments, Asheville, N.C., is taking an important step in repairing Black lives.
They’re being told that it’s safe to return to school. But many area teachers feel like they’re being asked to rush into the still-burning bui…
The moral arc bending toward justice is visible from Hill Monument Parkway, a North Side street named for the Confederate general.
Oliver “Dukey” Hill Jr. wasn’t much older than 4 when he visited the Supreme Court with his father on the eve of arguments in the landmark Bro…
Hanover County appears intent to live on in infamy as the Prince Edward County of the 21st Century.
We are one nation, clearly divisible, but still in our adolescence as countries go. America is still a work in progress. It's time to put away the fireworks and roll up our sleeves.
When a crane raised the 17 1/2 foot bronze statue off the granite pedestal, the weight of Richmond history became more bearable. But there's much heavier lifting to be done.