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“Irrespective of race or color:” African Americans and the Making of a New

Virginia, Governor (1799 1802: Monroe), Executive Papers of Governor James. Gabriel, an enslaved African American ...

“Irrespective of race or color:” African Americans and the Making of a New. “

Testimony in the Trial of Gabriel, October 6, 1800 ...

Virginia, Governor (1799 1802: Monroe), Executive Papers of Governor James. Gabriel, an enslaved African American ...

Newspaper advertisement placed by Thomas Jefferson announcing a reward for the apprehension of the runaway slave

Nat Turner Rebellion Themes: African Americans ...

Nat Turner

... African American History. Gabriel Prosser

VCU history education professor: How Confederate monuments and the 'Lost Cause' narrative distort our understanding of the Civil War

A white man in glasses and a suit holds a painting of a black man with

Finalists

Freedom fighter Gabriel Prosser had a vision

Testimony in the Trial of Gabriel, October 6, 1800

An image of a slave auction in Richmond, Virginia, from an 1856 edition of The Illustrated London News.

Nat Turner, the leader of a violent Virginia slave uprising, will be honored on a new emancipation statue in Richmond

... Testimony in the Trial of Gabriel, October 6, 1800

"The Generall Historie of Virginia, New-England, and the Summer Isles", 1624, by Capt. John Smith, one of the first histories of Virginia.

As part of its commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and abolition of slavery in the United States, the Virginia Martin ...

2018 Discover Richmond Annual Guide: Unsung sites of black history

“America guided by wisdom An allegorical representation of the United States depicting their independence and. “

Historical Marker - Early's Last Battle. Waynesboro African-American Heritage Museum

A black woman stands with a staff.

As part of its commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation and abolition of slavery in the United States, the Virginia Martin ...

2018 Discover Richmond Annual Guide: Unsung sites of black history

The Racist Origins of Private School Vouchers

News of the Nat Turner rebellion of 1831 in Southampton County, Virginia, was broadcast

protest sign reading "we want a new school! strike"

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A funeral procession in Monroe, Georgia, for George Dorsey and Dorothey Dorsey Malcolm, who were lynched in 1946Bettmann / CORBIS

6:10 PM - 3 Jan 2019 from Richmond, VA

The front door of Hurley High School in Hurley, Virginia circa 2015

Virginia and Liberia. African American Heritage • Grants • History. Ashmun Street in Monrovia

A timeline of racism in Charlottesville, from 1607 through 2017's Unite the Right rally aftermath. University of Virginia faculty examine the history ...

Richmond's African Burial Ground

Touring the Alexandria, Va., Civil War historic sites that inspire PBS' 'Mercy Street'

1806 insurance policy drawing of Brookfield Plantation, a Henrico County, Virginia structure that no

A Smithsonian Scholar Revisits the Neglected History of the Chesapeake Bay's Native Tribes

International Bibliography of History of Education and Children's Literature (2010-2012)

Gabriel Felix is a fourth year student at Howard University's medical school and president of the

The Virginia Slavery Debate of 1831–1832

The New York Slave Revolt of 1712 Was a Bloody Prelude to Decades of Hardship

Slave Conspiracies in Colonial Virginia

Nat Turner, the leader of a violent Virginia slave uprising, will be honored on a new emancipation statue in Richmond | Virginia Politics | richmond.com

Gabriel Reich and Mandy Tompkins Gibson's article explores three time periods —

A portion of the letter that Mosby Sheppard, Gabriel's white master, sent to Governor

A group of Virginia slaves plotted rebellion in winter 1731.

Still not appropriately marked, this site covers hundreds, perhaps thousands of unrecorded burials of Black people, enslaved and free, impoverished, ...

2019 Virginia political crisis

1780s newspaper advertisement

A photograph from the 1984 medical school yearbook page of Mr. Northam showing a person dressed as a member of the Ku Klux Klan and another wearing ...

Nat Turner

Slave Monument

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Angela Davis

Gabriel's Rebellion: The Virginia Slave Conspiracies of 1800 and 1802 First Edition Edition

A group of freedmen, Richmond, Va.

2 Gabriel Prosser: 1800  Free African-American ...

Nat Turner. American slave and bondsman

John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg

The Brooks family — Joe, Desiree, Gabrielle and Alyssa — pray after arriving for

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Reconstruction in Virginia - Education of Blacks - cover

An engraving shows a large open square full of horse-drawn carts and people.

Virginia State University (VSU) has been selected to host Kimetta R. Hairston, Ph.D., an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow for the 2018-2019 ...

The artist James Pealse painted this portrait of his wife Mary and five of their eventual

Toussaint L'Ouverture

21 African-American History Books to Read with Your Kids

... Picture of AHS Freshman Gabe Miller watching Chicken Bingo!.jpg ...

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With its worldwide newspaper coverage in April 1912, the sinking of the liner Titanic was

We, too, sing America: The Catholic church and the Museum of African American History and Culture

Bishop Braxton Reflects on the Museum of African American History and Culture in Essay

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The Broadberry, Richmond VA

Alleghany High School Picture AHS Faculty and Staff with Their Chromebooks ...

Hanover Tavern interior

Pocahontas Island Black History Museum

The Story of Our America , by Gertrude and

Bacon's rebellion was the first rebellion in Colonial America. The rebellion was a protest against Sir William Berkeley, governors of Virginia.

Two young African American women hold protest signs questioning the school closure

Gabriel Dumouchel, Ph.D.

The artist shows Washington D.C. engulfed in flames as the British troops set fire to the

Gabe Dixon

History of Kentucky

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Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam, center, and his wife Pam, watch as the

From LAX, Alaska, American and Virgin America offer nonstop service to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. American and Southwest offer direct ...