Earlier this week, Richmond’s public housing authority issued an update about continued heat loss in Gilpin Court, and say all affected apartments have been supplied with space heaters as a temporary measure. But residents say they’re still experiencing issues.
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A new exhibit at the Black History Museum explores themes of freedom through the lens of 38 artists.
Two Richmond-based authors are challenging businesses and organizations to address bias in the workplace. In the book Erasing Institutional Bias, they identify different types of bias, its negative impacts and positive ways society can respond. For Virginia Currents WCVE’s Yasmine Jumaa has more.
The General Assembly session begins this week in Richmond, and advocates in Virginia are again pushing for laws to protect LGBTQ residents.
Governor Ralph Northam announced seven legislative proposals today that aim to address gun violence and improve safety in Virginia.
After several years of planning, the first statues will be added to a monument at the State Capitol honoring the lives, legacy and achievements of Virginia women.
The University of Richmond’s “Does Democracy Work?” series hosted Richmond Mayor Levar Stoney for a lecture on voter suppression yesterday.
The Chesterfield County School Board met yesterday with members of the county’s Legislative Delegation to discuss goals and recommendations for the upcoming General Assembly session.