Arlington teachers participating in the March 2014 content academy. - Photo by Pat Jarrett
Segregation, Desegregation, and Civil Rights in Virginia
Two content academies immerse teachers in the subject matter they teach, to inspire and challenge them to think about these subjects in fresh new ways.
Commodity Chains and Chained Commodities
VFH Fellow Calvin Schermerhorn examines how slavery was intimately tied to Northern and transatlantic financial institutions by following the odyssey of Sam Watts, an enslaved twenty-two-year-old man first bought in Virginia in 1831.
Inside the Moton Museum - courtesy Moton Museum
Strike – Telling The Story of one Virginia School
Encyclopedia Virginia, With Good Reason, and VFH Grants all help tell the story of the walkout at Robert Russa Moton High School in Farmville that lead to the Brown V. Board of Education Supreme Court case.