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  • Governor Salutes LGBT Pride Month In Virginia

    Governor Terry McAuliffe welcomed us into the Executive Mansion again this year in recognition of Pride Month. Among those attending were (left to right) Diversity Board Chair, Art Toth; Diversity Board Member,  Read More
  • Leonardo da Vinci - Renaissance Man

    Leonardo da Vinci was born in Italy in 1452. By age 14, his extraordinary talents as a painter were undeniable. He went on to become one of the greatest painters of the Read More
  • Dixon Hughes Goodman, great example of corporate leadership

    When Diversity Richmond board member, Lori Cochran, recently met her company's interns, she instantly thought of Diversity as a place for community involvement. "DHG hires college students each summer to gain exposure Read More
  • Making us proud

    There have been few issues that garnered as much national attention in regards to LGBT rights as us serving in the military. And as with all of our civil rights debates, after Read More
  • Darryl "DJ" Roman Burt II laid to rest in Amelia

    A funeral is a difficult but important community ritual. We come together to honor, to mourn, to celebrate a life and a presence of which we have now been deprived. Darryl "DJ" Read More
  • Bayard Rustin, African-American Civil Rights Activist

    Bayard Rustin was born in Pennsylvania in 1910. As a bright young man, he felt compelled to fight injustice. In 1947, he organized the first active protest against segregation on buses in Read More
  • Beth Marschak receives Schall-Townley Award

    A highlight of Diversity Richmond's event, The Big OH!, last Friday was a tribute to longtime activist, Beth Marschak. A large crowd gathered in The Iridian Gallery, which currently features Truthful History Read More
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  • Frequent Flyer Miles

    Legalese by Kate Fletcher Do you travel a lot? Does your spouse or maybe one of your parents?  What happens to all of those frequent flyer miles when the traveler dies?  The Read More
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    More than 2,000 people, including a large overflow crowd outside, gathered at Diversity Richmond on Tuesday to honor victims in the Orlando, FL shooting.

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  • Beth Marschak receives Schall-Townley Award

    Beth's lifetime body of work and advocacy for causes that are dear to her and benefit so many of us has garnered her many awards and recognition, including the Schall-Townley Recognition for Extraordinary Personal Action.

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