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Thursday News: “Bolton Plumbs the Depth of Trump’s Depravity”; Gov. Northam...

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by Lowell Here are a few national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Thursday, June 18. World has six months to avert climate...

Loudoun Dems Condemn County Treasurer’s “Racially Discriminatory Comments on Facebook”

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See below for a statement from the Loudoun County Democratic Committee, regarding this story: Loudoun County Treasurer Roger Zurn (R) on Wednesday posted and quickly...

Governor Northam to Make Juneteenth a State Holiday

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From Gov. Ralph Northam's office: Governor Northam to Make Juneteenth a State Holiday ~ Will give state workers this Friday off, propose legislation to make state holiday...

33 Fairfax County Democratic Committee Leaders: Sen. Chap Petersen’s “original comments...

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From the Fairfax County Democratic Committee, cross posted from Blue View. State Sen. Chap Petersen (D-34) has been criticized by 33 leaders of Fairfax County...

Loudoun County Young Republicans Launch Effort to Recall Chair Phyllis Randall,...

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Over the past few weeks, since the murder of George Floyd, there have been innumerable public marches and protests against systemic racism and police...

Virginia AG Mark Herring Files Motion in Robert E. Lee Statue...

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From AG Mark Herring's office: We have some late Friday updates on the Lee Statue case. Today Attorney General Herring filed this motion in the Lee Statue case...

Friday News: COVID-19 Pandemic “Far From Over”; Trump’s “Beautiful Scene” of...

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by Lowell Here are a few national and Virginia news headlines, political and otherwise, for Friday, June 12. Donald Trump on confronting bigotry and prejudice in...

Moving Forward: The Anatomy of Racism in Our Everyday Lives

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by Fairfax County School Board member Karen Keys-Gamarra In the past few weeks, many people, especially African Americans, have had to reconcile what they have...

Speaker Filler-Corn Announces Appointments to Newly-Formed Commission to Study Slavery and...

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From Speaker Eileen Filler-Corn's office: Speaker Filler-Corn Announces Appointments to newly-formed Commission to Study Slavery and Subsequent De Jure and De Facto Racial and Economic...

Terry McAuliffe: In the US and Virginia, Black Lives Matter.

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by Terry McAuliffe, cross-posted from Medium These past few days I’ve taken the role of active listener to the pain expressed by black families and...