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  • 15 May 2021 8:10 AM | Christine R Henry

    Virginia’s long and diverse history is evident in the Commonwealth’s historic buildings, sites, and landscapes. However, far too many of these places are vulnerable to damage and demolition caused by neglect, insufficient resources, inappropriate development, and insensitive public policies. 

    For more than 20 years, Virginia’s Most Endangered Historic Places list has advocated for these places, and helped to find solutions for their preservation. The intent of the list is to bring attention to threatened historic places in the Commonwealth, and to encourage residents, localities, and organizations to support preservation and revitalization efforts.

    Read the full press release with list of sites and map here

  • 15 May 2021 8:00 AM | Christine R Henry

    The Center for the Preservation of Civil Rights Sites invites you to search their curated selection of over 300 resources that explore the intersection of civil rights histories, Black heritage, and the built environment. These resources span a variety of media including books, journal articles, blogs, podcasts, and films.

    Explore Resources here.

    Have a suggested resource to add? Please email Sarah Lerner, Manager of CPCRS at srlerner@upenn.edu

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