This 7-session course will prepare you to successfully complete each section of the U.S. Citizenship Test. The classes will take place on seven consecutive Tuesday evenings from March 14 to April 25 from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
This is a two-part class taught by Dr. John M. Coski. Class one will take place on Thursday, April 20, and class two on Thursday, April 27. Learn about the full history of the Confederate battle flag, from its Civil War origins to today, and the evolution of the flag’s multiple meanings and the implications of those meanings for its place in modern culture.
Join us on a behind the scenes tour as we examine the lives of individual Virginia mothers and explore how society’s concept of motherhood has changed over time—from the cult of republican motherhood to the challenges of present-day working mothers.
Join us for a free screening of "Remote Area Medical." This screening is part of the "Created Equal" film and discussion series that focuses on themes related to civil rights, human rights, and social justice in American history.
This single-session class will take place at 5:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 25. Join Dr. Frank Settle and learn about Gen. George C. Marshall’s crucial role in the decade-long development of the first atomic bombs.