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Fit for a Queen: Nakesha White and the ‘Royalty Eats’ Brand

Fit for a Queen: Nakesha White and the ‘Royalty Eats’ Brand

We took some time to reminisce about life as children growing up in Charlottesville. She reached deep down and said exasperatingly, “Sarad, I got it out the mud. You gotta go get it. I try not to ever let the sun beat me up.” She gave a testament to her grind and the hard work it takes to accomplish so much, seemingly so fast.  “I couldn’t have done it without my mom. She wouldn’t let me give up on my dreams. I do miss the nursing field, but this is my calling. This is where I am supposed to be.”

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COVID-19 Community Information Handout

COVID-19 Community Information Handout

Ebony Jade Hilton, MD, Dr. Leigh-Ann Webb (Emergency Medicine Physician at UVA), community member Mr. Alex-Zan (Humanitarian, Author), and 2020 Ezra Jack Keats award winning illustrator, Ashleigh Corrin, created a COVID-19 resource that they hope will be useful for our community. In the link below, you will find a guide of how to prepare your home, prevent spread of the virus, and detect its symptoms.

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Webcast with Yolanda Rush of YRUSH Tech Group

Webcast with Yolanda Rush of YRUSH Tech Group

In this new series of Webcasts, Sarad ‘Speaks’ Davenport will interview different guests on a series of topics to include business, health, and art. In this particular Webcast, Sarad talks to Yolanda Rush of YRUSH Tech Group. Sarad and Yolanda engage in a conversation about business responses to the COVID-19 pandemic and the future of business beyond the pandemic.

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We (Still) Wear the Mask

We (Still) Wear the Mask

On June 22, 2018, Justin Reid (far left), Virginia Humanities’ director of African American Programs and co-creator of #UnmaskingCville, and Samantha Willis (far right), journalist and co-creator of #UnmaskingCville and #UnmaskingRVA, pictured with the series’ panelists (from left): Niya Bates, public historian of African-American Life at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, student activist Zyahna Bryant, Mayor Nikuyah Walker, and journalist Jordy Yager. Photo Credit: Pat Jarrett, Virginia Humanities

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