Our statement in solidarity with The Mapping Project and the members of Boston BDS, who face attack for opposing the occupation of Palestine and its intersection with Western imperialism.
RICHMOND JOINS GROWING NATIONAL MOVEMENT TO UNIONIZE STARBUCKS
Workers at two Richmond-area Starbucks stores, one at 6980 Forest Hill Avenue in the city and the other at 11136 Midlothian Turnpike in Chesterfield County, have filed petitions with the National Labor Relations Board for recognition of their union.
BOOK REVIEW: THE LIFE & LEGACY OF ENSLAVED VIRGINIAN EMILY WINFREE
The book that Jan Meck and Virginia Refo have written is the first study of the life of Emily Winfree, a Virginia-born African woman who lived from 1834 to 1865 enslaved in Petersburg and Chesterfield Country and, after Emancipation, in Manchester until her death in 1919.
THE HOUSING CRISIS AND RICHMOND’S DECLINING BLACK POPULATION
Black and poor Richmonders are being priced out of the city limits, which has major implications for the city’s political balance of power. 2020 ended a 50-year period in which Richmond had been a majority-Black city.
Sabra Dipping Company, LLC, the country’s largest producer of the chickpea dip hummus, has a large manufacturing plant in Chesterfield County and a reputation for green buildings and partnerships with nonprofits. But the company is known for something else, too: longstanding support of one of the Israeli military’s most notoriously brutal brigades.