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Diversity Enshrined: Religious freedom and the American experiment

Written by John Ragosta, Lead Faculty, Lifetime Learning Summer Jefferson Symposium; Fellow, Virginia Foundation for the Humanities. John Ragosta column: originally published by the Richmond Times-Dispatch. Reprinted with permission.   Today is Religious Freedom Day, a chance to remember the critical importance to our nation of Thomas Jefferson’s Virginia Statute for Establishing Religious Freedom and […]

Court Seated

In honor of National Poetry Month, Lifetime Learning is featuring poems written by esteemed faculty all month long. The second poem in this series, entitled “Court Seated” is written by Kevin McFadden, Chief Operating Officer of the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities, and author of the poetry collection Hardscrabble. See the end of the post […]