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University of Virginia Assistant Professorship in African American History

Deadline: November 1

Length: Tenure-track

Comments: “The Corcoran Department of History at the University of Virginia invites applications for a tenure-track, full-time assistant professor of African American History to 1877.” 12 more words

Tenure-track

The 1909 Buckingham Murders: Part XVIII

Dallas Wright’s Appeal Denied on Technicality

Months dragged on. Autumn turned into winter once again. Edward Jones and Richard Perkins, who had been granted new trials in Richmond, were moved to Richmond’s City Jail where they waited until June of 1911. 287 more words

Buckingham County

Dr. Charles H. Wright: Physician With A Passion for African American History

 Black History: Special Delivery!!

Dr. Charles Howard Wright (1918 – 2002) was an African-American physician. He founded the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit, MI. 195 more words

Black History

Taking it One Glorious Day at a Time

Yesterday started my “Let’s turn this into something positive day.” It was like a magic bell went off in my head. Ding! Get up, stop feeling down and let’s get to work! 285 more words

Mind Body Spirit

Christians, Why Do You Persecute Us?

For centuries people have read the Bible as the literal inerrant word of Almighty God. It is widely known that the Bible has given millions of people around the world hope for a better tomorrow and the knowledge that God is their Father and Christ their Savior who will never leave them or forsake them. 1,616 more words

Eating Fish: Living Near The Bay on Virginia's Middle Peninsula

My grandmother disliked fish. My mother loved fish and seafood.  I grew up eating fish every Friday because we were Episcopalian and Catholic in Baltimore.  In addition, my mother was the only person I ever saw who chose to eat leftover fish for breakfast. 1,616 more words

African-American