Prio Bangla festival - Arlington, VA
The Changing Face of Virginia: Immigration and the Humanities
Immigration and the Humanities: Less than fifty years ago, in 1970, only one in every 100 people living in Virginia had been born outside the United States. In 2012, the figure was one in nine.
Cambodian dance troupe, Columbia Pike - Photograph courtesy © Lloyd Wolf / www.pikedoc.org
Arrivals and Departures: Asian Communities in Virginia
The journey to cross-cultural understanding is long and takes many turns, but having the desire to reach out is the first step.
The With Good Reason team: Lilia Fuquen, Sarah McConnell, Kelley Libby, Andrew Wyndham, Elliot Majerczyk, Allison Quantz Photo by Dan Addison
STEM and the Humanities: Better Together
With Good Reason’s series raises pressing questions about an issue that drives education policy.
Stephen Adkins, VFH Board Member and Chief of the Chickahominy Indian Tribe, presenting at NMAI on the differing experiences of European-Native contact. Photo by Katherine Fogden, National Museum of the American Indian.
Meet VFH Board Member Stephen Adkins
VFH Board member Stephen Adkins served on the school board for Charles City County where he became aware of a void in the way the story of Virginia Indians was told in Virginia history classrooms.