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University Students Examine Slavery at Richmond’s Wilton House

Students at Virginia Commonwealth University spent the fall semester studying the enslaved population at Wilton House, the main building at a former, 2,000-acre tobacco plantation.

Virginia Commonwealth University Educates Social Work Students on Richmond’s Racial History

This event aimed to teach the university's social work students and others in the social work field about Richmond's history with racial discrimination and its effects which still linger today.

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