The Board of Directors of the Monument Avenue Preservation Society stands in opposition to racism and oppression. We support our neighbors of all races in our collective quest for justice and equality. Black lives matter, and we support the initiatives to remove the Confederate monuments from Monument Avenue. For too long, we have overlooked the inherent racism of these monuments, and for too long we have allowed the grandeur of the architecture to blind us to the insult of glorifying…
We all know that Richmond loves to see its name on lists. It makes us feel special, like a resume builder. To read the full article here at StyleWeekly.com
A Richmond City Council panel has advanced a resolution that requests funding for a statue on the city’s famed Monument Avenue that would honor African American troops who fought for the Union during the Civil War. Read the full story here.
Richmond ranked No. 39 on the New York Times’ list of must-go places this year. Read the full story here.