The Washington Post featured Philip St. George Cooke (1809–1895) in The Southern generals who stuck with the Union in the Civil War
Richmond Free Press featured Carter Braxton (1736–1797) in Researchers Uncover Their Tangled Roots
WAVY.com featured EV content in Stories of Hampton Women for Women’s History Month
The Clarion featured CSS Virginia in Battle of the Ironclads marked the beginning of modern ships
Cardinal News featured Readjuster Party, The in Youngkin wants to bring back the Readjusters. Good for him.
American Theater featured Barter Theatre in Barter Theatre’s Plan to Create a Black Appalachian Canon
Dogwood featured Cockacoeske (d. by July 1, 1686) in 7 Virginia History Tidbits to Know This New Year
The Washington Post featured Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Edward Coles (August 25, 1814) in Their wealth was built on slavery. Now a new fortune lies underground.
The Good Men Project featured Nat Turner's Revolt (1831) in The Hanging, Dissecting, and Beheading of Nat Turner
Inside Nova featured Sarah Lee Fain (1888–1962) in Don’t let historic milestone slip by unnoticed
Tasting Table featured Jefferson, Thomas and Gardening in The Lost Apple Variety Thomas Jefferson Used To Grow
All That's Interesting featured Lumpkin's Jail in The Story Of Mary Lumpkin, The Formerly Enslaved Woman Who Liberated A Slave Jail And Turned It Into An HBCU
The Washington Post featured Grand Fountain of the United Order of True Reformers in At historic Black D.C. landmark, a legacy of uplift carries on
The Washington Post featured Giles B. Jackson (1853–1924) in Richmond’s statues fell. Now these sisters aim to lift up Black history.
The Washington Post featured Crater, Battle of the in The Virginia history its state board doesn’t want students to know
East County Magazine featured Indentured Servants in Colonial Virginia in The U.S. Supreme Court’s Impending Reversal of Roe v. Wade
Dallas Weekly featured United Daughters of the Confederacy in Texas’ Education System: How It Keeps You In The Dark
Virginia Mercury featured Lynching in Virginia in Biden signs law named for Emmett Till that makes lynching a federal hate crime
Showbiz Cheat Sheet featured Patsy Cline (1932–1963) in 5 Ways Patsy Cline Blazed a Path for Women in Country Music by Living Her Life
Daily Press featured Chauco (fl. 1622–1623) in Colonist to be remembered for helping thwart uprising 400 years ago
Cardinal News featured Samuel F. Kelso (ca. 1825–1880) in Founder of public education in Virginia finally gets recognition in Lynchburg
The Virginian-Pilot featured Readjuster Party, The in Breathing life into Virginia’s untold history: 19th-century home to get revival as Black history museum
C-Ville Weekly featured Kitty Foster (ca. 1790–1863) in O Canada…Virginia?
The Winchester Star featured John C. Underwood (1809–1873) in Historical marker will recognize anti-slavery activist
Richmond Free Press featured Willis A. Hodges (1815–1890) in Pharrell to NSU grads: ‘You have the ability to create the city, life that you deserve’
Virginia Mercury featured Walter Ashby Plecker (1861–1947) in ‘We have to take it back’: Mattaponi protest wants Va. to recognize new leadership
The Guardian featured Massive Resistance in In the 1950s, rather than integrate its public schools, Virginia closed them
The Washington Post featured Lynching of John Henry James (1898), The in Counties with more Confederate monuments also had more lynchings, study finds
The Daily Progress featured A. P. Hill (1825–1865) in Remains of Confederate Gen. A.P. Hill could be re-interred to Culpeper’s Fairview Cemetery
History.com featured John Rolfe (d. 1622) in 13 Facts About the 13 Colonies
The Roanoke Times featured Henry A. Wise (1806–1876) in Editorial: Should Virginia rename some counties, too?
The Richmond Times Dispatch featured Virginia Estelle Randolph (1870–1958) in Williams: Elvatrice Belsches wants to ‘expand the narrative’ on educator Virginia Randolph, whose influence was international
Richmond Times Dispatch featured William Byrd (1728–1777) in A gambler’s tale: The son of Richmond’s founder had quite a life – and death
The Enquirer Journal featured The Lost Cause in Monroe native wants ‘dark mark’ monument taken down
The Roanoke Times featured Equal Suffrage League of Virginia (1909–1920) in Editorial: Virginia was one of the states most opposed to women’s suffrage
The Virginian-Pilot featured Nancy Hale (1908–1988) in One master of fiction presents another, from another era: Nancy Hale
Richmond Times Dispatch featured Irene Langhorne Gibson (1873–1956) in The real Gibson Girl: This Virginian personified a historic vision of womanhood
The Washington Post featured The Lost Cause in We’re still honoring those who fought against the U.S.A. Why, President Trump?
Virginia Mercury featured United Daughters of the Confederacy in Confederate memorial hall burned as second night of outrage erupts in Virginia
Richmond Times Dispatch featured Influenza Pandemic in Virginia, The (1918–1919) in Editorial: Calling 9-1-1 should be a step toward safety, not danger
Richmond Times Dispatch featured West Virginia, Creation of in State of division: how West Virginia broke away from Virginia
Daily Progress featured Influenza Pandemic in Virginia, The (1918–1919) in 1918 flu also affected Charlottesville-area churches, businesses
Virginia Living featured EV content in Visit Virtual Virginia
Fredericksburg.com featured Influenza Pandemic in Virginia, The (1918–1919) in Nation faced another pandemic a little over 100 years ago
Richmond Times Dispatch featured Influenza Pandemic in Virginia, The (1918–1919) in From the archives: 1918 influenza epidemic killed at least 16,000 in Va.
Roanoke Times featured Governors of Virginia in WOYM: Back in Roanoke’s early days, there was no spell check for street naming
Wall Street Journal featured Virginia's First Africans in Virginia to Commemorate 1619 Slavery Anniversary
Fort Worth Star-Telegram featured Robert E. Lee and Slavery in Here’s what leaving Confederate memorials and statues in place can accomplish
Richmond Times Dispatch featured Bread Riot, Richmond in Here’s the curious story of Richmond women rioting in the streets – for bread!
Virginia Mercury featured Black Confederates in Fighting myths, misconceptions and misunderstandings about race, slavery and the Civil War
RVA Hub featured Lumpkin's Jail in RVA Legends — Richmond Iron Works
WHSV ABC 3, Harrisonburg featured Racial Integrity Laws (1924–1930) in After centuries in Virginia, tribe still waiting for U.S. recognition