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Where Charity Lives in Richmond

In 1874, an international order of Roman Catholic nuns came to Richmond. Founded in 1839 by a French woman who welcomed a blind, starving wanderer into her home, the Little Sisters of the Poor were dedicated to serving the indigent elderly throughout…

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Richmond’s Favorite Son

Born in Richmond in 1943, tennis legend Arthur Ashe first played at Brookfield Park, near his Northside home. Growing up in the era of segregation, he was barred from playing tennis in many segregated city parks and in whites-only tournaments. But…

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