Like most Virginians, I watched the racial media storm that engulfed Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam earlier this year. Hopeful that this could be a watershed moment; I applauded news reports of his plans to focus his agenda on racial reconciliation. If Gov. Northam is looking for a starting point, then let racial reconciliation begin at Jamestown, where the seeds of racism were first sown into Virginia’s fertile soil.
To read the rest of this article, go to: It’s time to uproot racism where it began, by Laura Hill for The Virginia Gazette. Laura is the founder of the CTTT Local Affiliate Group in Virginia’s Historic Triangle.