Monument Avenue

An End Of An Era

An End Of An Era

This morning, over 130 years after it was installed, the Commonwealth of Virginia finally removed the statue of Confederate general Robert E. Lee from Monument Avenue. RVA Mag's John Donegan and Branden Wilson were on hand to see history being made. Robert E. Lee,...

Recontextualizing the Lost Cause

Recontextualizing the Lost Cause

Valentine museum founder Edward Valentine was responsible for sculpting multiple Confederate monuments around Richmond. Now the museum he founded hopes to display his statue of Jefferson Davis in order to confront the role Valentine, and Richmond, played in the Lost...

Peaceful Protest Movement In Richmond Continues To Grow

Peaceful Protest Movement In Richmond Continues To Grow

Protests around the city, and into surrounding counties, have continued on a daily basis throughout this week. Here's what it looks like on the streets. Last night, the city got a message that many of its residents have been waiting for: Governor Ralph Northam would...




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