Why don’t we demand more from the Slave Trail Commission? Maat Free answers that question with some more questions.
KUJICHAGULIA Means Self Determination: Reclaiming the untold stories of the Shockoe Bottom Resistance Movement – Part I
Maat Free lays down the foundation, and with it, we’re going to build a robust comprehension of the ongoing “How are we dealing with our slavery-related spaces?” issue.
Maat Free selects the five places she thinks are carving out their own place in Richmond’s culinary history, and they aren’t the places you’re always hearing about.
Maat Free figured out how to get Pocahontas on the Preservation Virginia’s list of the state’s most endangered historic places. Here’s what she said that made the powers that be take notice.
Movies outside—perhaps the single best thing about summer. Richmond’s got a long tradition of open air cinemas, and Maat Free is here to tell you about it.
Maat Free helps us look closely at how we celebrate July 4th, and what Frederick Douglass would have to say to us about it.
This week, Maat Free focuses on the nows, asking one fascinating Richmonder to give five answers to five questions. That’s 25 things total! A bargain!
Pocahontas Island, a place you probably have never been, is just chilling in Petersburg, being a hotbed of historical significance. Maat Free is genealogically connected to it, and will lead us on a multi-part series. This weekend, the Island celebrated Juneteenth.
This week, Maat Free tells us about five disasters that tried, but failed, to ruin our city.
Being an independently successful married woman in Richmond hasn’t always been easy.