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Hear from survivors of human trafficking. Artist Asiya Alsharabi visits Daphne’s Corner.

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In Central Virginia, Ramadan Potlucks Build Bridges Between Faiths and Backgrounds

In response to racial, ethnic and religious hate crimes and rhetoric, many are looking for ways to foster tolerance and celebrate diversity. In the Richmond area, many years of interfaith dialogues between Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities have led to a new tradition. WCVE’s Catherine Komp has more for Virginia Currents.

As Frank Lloyd Wright Turns 150, A ‘Small Jewel’ In Virginia Shares Lessons In Simplicity

June 8, 2017 marks 150 years since of the birth of acclaimed architect Frank Lloyd Wright and events are taking place all summer across the country. Known for famous buildings like Falling Water and the Guggenheim Museum, Wright also experimented with more affordable housing. One of these "Usonian" homes in Virginia was almost demolished by the state. For Virginia Currents, WCVE’s Catherine Komp has more on the family that commissioned the home and the woman who saved it.