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Jessica Whitehead was previously North Carolina's first-ever chief resilience officer. 

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While a loan forgiveness provision will certainly come as welcome news for businesses that received PPP money in the state, it could deepen the inequities already faced by Virginia’s Black-owned businesses.

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Many segregationists are still revered as heroes or a part of some shared heritage, even 150 years after the first tributes appeared in Virginia. A bitter legacy for others, they evoke painful memories. In the wake of renewed calls for social justice, many such tributes are being removed.

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Most Civil War monuments honor Confederates who fought to preserve slavery. But a few of those former soldiers went on to help some African Americans after the war. Now, people are taking a closer look at their legacies. 

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After more than a decade of research, academics identified a small white building on William & Mary's campus that a school for enslaved children.

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