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Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site

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Write the Vision; Make it Plain: Historic Evergreen Cemetery’s Restoration Plan Unveiling

Saturday, February 29th 10am – 12pm Maggie L. Walker National Historic Site 600 N 2nd St, Richmond, VA The master plan is the result of a two-year effort by Evergreen Cemetery’s Executive Planning and Review Team (ExPRT), Enrichmond, and other stakeholders. The event will include remarks from members of the ExPRT team and Enrichmond, the…

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Master Plan

Evergreen Cemetery Master Restoration Plan The Master Plan will be available here for download once it is announced on February 29, 2020.

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The Wonders of Westwood

The playground, today, looks spiffy, clean and new. But Tammy Rose can see this place as it was decades ago, when she played here as a little girl.

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Protected: Wholesale

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Revolutionary Roots

For Duron Chavis, McDonough is more than just a space to grow tomatoes. It’s a matter of taking back control, of food justice, of connecting communities with the means of production for the food they eat.

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Black History Month at Evergreen Cemetery

Celebrate Black History Month through service! We invite volunteers to join us on the first four Saturdays in February to help restore Historic Evergreen Cemetery, the resting place for many of Richmond’s African American leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Black History Month at Evergreen Cemetery

Celebrate Black History Month through service! We invite volunteers to join us on the first four Saturdays in February to help restore Historic Evergreen Cemetery, the resting place for many of Richmond’s African American leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Black History Month at Evergreen Cemetery

Celebrate Black History Month through service! We invite volunteers to join us on the first four Saturdays in February to help restore Historic Evergreen Cemetery, the resting place for many of Richmond’s African American leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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Black History Month at Evergreen Cemetery

Celebrate Black History Month through service! We invite volunteers to join us on the first four Saturdays in February to help restore Historic Evergreen Cemetery, the resting place for many of Richmond’s African American leaders of the 19th and 20th centuries.

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