History is the study of past events including human affairs. America, the great melting pot, where people of many cultures and histories have been assembled, continues to struggle with diversity.
It goes without saying that Commonwealth Attorney Goff is entitled to his opinions about the actions of Governor Northam with respect to the statue of Robert E. Lee on Monument Avenue in Richmond. But the language Mr. Goff uses to express his opinion is most unfortunate.
Sunday night at Eldon Farms about 500 people gathered — every one of them masked and six feet apart. The music was spectacular, the rhetoric soaring and the sense of community and unity and solidarity in moving forward with long-delayed justice was palpable.
The letter, thinly disguised as praise for Dominic, downplays the importance of Black lives by refusing to acknowledge the BLM slogan and superimposing All Lives Matter.
Be it known that The Rappahannock Clergy Association stands with biblical tradition against all forms of racism, prejudice, and injustice. We earnestly pray for peace and reconciliation.
If you think it would be nice to have someone from Rappahannock represent us in Washington, this is your opportunity. All bring a wealth of different experiences to the race, but they are close together on many issues, especially the desperate need for affordable health insurance for all Americans.
Thank you, Rappahannock, for being a part of this, and supporting the seniors who give back so much to our community. Your help makes a strong Rappahannock community stronger still.
As solar homeowners, we are proud of the contributions our family is making to our energy grid and our environment. Our decision to "go solar" was made, in part, by our ability to recover a majority of our investment via the process of net metering.