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  • 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
  • Pope Gregory Knew All About Connecting Communities

    The overwhelming awareness of a community that came together last Tuesday at Diversity's Orlando memorial service took me back to my teen years when I first met an Episcopal priest named Edward Read More
  • Keith Haring, Artist and Activist

    Keith Haring was born in Pennsylvania in 1958. As a young man, he discovered both his art and his sexuality. He moved to New York City in 1980 for deeper self-expression. From Read More
  • Diversity Richmond Continues Support of Holocaust Education

    Jay Ipson is no stranger to Richmonders. The co-founder of the Virginia Holocaust Museum, Mr. Ipson has also been a longtime community partner with Diversity Richmond in educating people about the horrors Read More
  • Jane Addams, Social Work Pioneer and Peace Activist

    Jane Addams was born in Illinois in 1860. Although from an upper-class family, she became known for her compassionate service to the poor. In the 1880s, she opened the Hull House in Read More
  • Poet Katharine Lee Bates

    Katharine Lee Bates was born in Massachusetts in 1859. She graduated from Wellesley College in 1885, and stayed on to teach English. There, she met history professor Katharine Coman, and the two Read More
  • Thanks to Altria and Hamilton Glass, another mural is cast

    Our second mural, designed by Hamilton Glass, was completed this past week. As with the first, the project was funded by Altria. The company's volunteer pool of employees also contributed hours of 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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