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Virginia is announcing support for an unprecedented tree-planting project to commemorate the lives of soldiers killed during the Civil War.
The post office at 2 Massachusetts Avenue NE, just north of the U.S. Capitol, will be the first federal building in the city to be named after an African-American woman.
In Virginia on Monday, the city of Alexandria continued its Presidents Day tradition of holding the nation's largest parade dedicated to the first U.S. president.
The first integrated school in Virginia says while Black History Month is a good time to herald diversity, the effort needs to continue year-round.
George Washington University is spicing up its library collection by adding some local flavor from Ben's Chili Bowl.
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