7 Day History
This is a historic day in the Commonwealth of Virginia. This decision, and the eventual removal of the last monument to the lost cause, sends the message loud and clear that our past doesn’t define our future. We can and will heal, and we will be stronger for it.
A Richmond Circuit Court judge on Tuesday ruled in favor of Gov. Ralph Northam's order to take down the Lee Monument, holding that arguments to keep it in place were contrary to current public policy. richmond.com/news/state-and…
The Armstrong Renaissance neighborhood is a huge step forward in proving that, in Richmond, generational poverty is beatable, affordable homeownership is possible, and aging in comfort, independence, and dignity is encouraged. This is an exciting model to replicate. pic.twitter.com/WF4RpJNTxf
Everyone knows @LevarStoney's embrace of the failed Navy Hill project was pure politics - he learned from @TerryMcAuliffe the importance of buttering up Tom Farrell & @DominionEnergy.

Unlike Terry with his (now-failed) Atlantic Coast Pipeline, Stoney couldn't even seal the deal.
In reply to @SheriShannon27
I want to note that earlier in the forum, Stoney said the rejection of Navy Hill was "pure politics." A departure from him saying he learned his lesson. Apparently, it had nothing to do with the process, lack of community engagement and shaky ROI for residents.
OlivGarden in Henrico-all waiters told me #Deadbeat Freeloader #RVA ⁦⁦@LevarStoney⁩ NEVER leaves a tip! ZERO $0! What a creep loser-stiffing service workers trying to eke out a living! ⁦@SidneyPowell1⁩ ⁦@LeonBenjamin⁩ ⁦⁦⁦⁦⁦⁦@kimgray4rvapic.twitter.com/5Fq3tudAv4
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